Lionsgate continues to play the Blu-ray game.

In a story from The Digital Bits, the company announced it's third wave of Blu-ray titles.

On October 17, expect American Psycho, First Blood, Saw II and Young Guns to hit stores.

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No word yet on special features.

Also at the recent Entertainment Media Expo the studios revealed the following HD-DVD and Blu-ray plans:

Warner Bros. plans to put out "between 35 and 50 additional HD-DVD titles before the end of the year (in addition to the 21 already available)." They also plan to release more Blu-ray titles by the end of the year, but they didn't go into specifics.

Universal is being very ambitious as they expect "to have a 60-title HD-DVD slate out by the end of the year."

Paramount is going to put out "10 more by the end of the year, including Mission: Impossible III. They're also expected to release at least a few Blu-ray Disc titles by the end of the year."

New Line is planning to release HD titles in 2007 but they are waiting until the end of the year to see which format has gained the largest market share. Their hope is to "begin with day-and-date new releases and continue with strong catalog titles like Blade and Se7en."

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Evan Jacobs