Sky has revealed the 4K UltraHD content coming to Sky Q subscribers in October. The list features a host of UHD movie premieres, along with classic Marvel and DC superhero flicks, high-end TV series and sports.
Those with the requisite subscriptions will see the content roll out through the month of October on Sky Cinema, Sky Store and Sky Entertainment, as well as Sky Sports content like the ongoing Premier League and F1 4K broadcasts.
In terms of 4K movie premieres, here’s what Sky Cinema will offer:
- Downsizing – 5th October
- Roman J. Israel, Esq – 18th October
- 15:17 To Paris – 19th October
- Fifty Shades Freed – 26th October
- Phantom Thread – 28th October
The overall movie library will be boosted by the Christopher Nolan collection un 4K, including all three instalments of the The Dark Knight saga, along with The Prestige and Dunkirk.
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For Marvel fans taking a little downtime from playing the Spider-Man game on PS4, there’s a chance to catch up with Amazing Spider-Man 1 & 2, Spider-Man 1, 2 and 3, and Spider-Man Homecoming movies.
Patient Zero is coming to the Sky Store on October 22, while the Sky Entertainment line-up will be boosted by the following 4K releases:
- Jamestown S1&S2 boxset
- Ray Donovan S6
- Good Doctor S2
- Reluctant Landlord
- Landscape Artist of the Year
- Space’s Deepest Secrets [Discovery]
- NASA’s Greatest Missions [Discovery]
- Above & Beyond: Nasa’s Journey to Tomorrow [Discovery]
All of this is added to the existing content sitting in Sky’s 4K line-up, which will remain available during the month of October.
- Final Score (UHD Premiere)
- The Disaster Artist (UHD Premiere)
- Murder On The Orient Express (UHD Premiere)
- Daddy’s Home 2 (UHD Premiere)
- All The Money In The World (UHD Premiere)
- Battle of the Sexes (UHD Premiere)
- 2001: Space Odyssey
Deadpool 2 (UHD Premiere)
- Discovery of Witches
- Karl Pilkington – Sick Of It
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