They sometimes offer second discs, but I guess only when the second disc doesn't contain the movie.
It's simple, if you want the ultimate in picture/audio quality, go for the disc if you're prepared to pay the premium that comes with that.
I use both formats and love both formats. No need to have to pick a side in this debate.
I’m guessing that Force Awakens & Last Jedi might also be offered as 2 discs as they both came with a separate extras disc.The only time I've noticed a release containing two discs is for the forthcoming Avengers: Endgame one. It's listed as two discs for the 4K and regular Blurays. I must keep an eye out for others like that, although I'm guessing it would only ever be an option on films that are getting close to a 3hr runtime.
I wonder why they treat them differently as they're Disney as well, so probably under the same agreement.
The film streams are all controlled by the Studios and NOT Apple.I’m not sure if this has been discussed here but I purchase quite a few movies on Apple TV4k but recently I have noticed that Apple have removed the 4K Dolby vision or the Atmos sound track that has been converted back to Normal HD or 5.1, I went a bit mental over this with Apple as I had clearly purchased the movies with these advertised, then I learnt that it depends on the studio, so they wrongly asked me to contact them as it wasn’t apples fault, after complaining they mysteriously reinstated the 4K (to HDR not
Dolby vision) and atmos track. Has anyone else experienced this? So I never know if they are gonna change it. I sat down one evening to watch red sparrow and wondered why it didn’t sound as good hence the downgrade to just 5.1!
To add to that, I should mention that we have seen number of Fox films (of which Red Sparrow is one) recently have their Atmos track temporarily removed and later reinstated. This happened to me with Bohemian Rhapsody and that returned sometime later, so I would expect Red Sparrow's to return eventually.
As has already been stated, the film streams are controlled by the studios, so I wouldn't use this as a "reason not to use Apple products". Usually the audio is rolled back to 5.1 to correct issues with the Atmos track, so I see this as a good thing in the main. My only real issue is the studios do not try to get the word out that it is happening, which leads to misinformation being spread.Another reason not to use Apple products or rely solely on streaming services for my film-watching needs.
As has already been stated, the film streams are controlled by the studios, so I wouldn't use this as a "reason not to use Apple products". Usually the audio is rolled back to 5.1 to correct issues with the Atmos track, so I see this as a good thing in the main. My only real issue is the studios do not try to get the word out that it is happening, which leads to misinformation being spread.