Oh, I honestly have no idea about any of that - it is hilarious though. It's immaterial to the point I was making anyway, as it wasn't the person I quoted "claiming" that actually happened with NotLD but it was already an established fact, I just quoted his post because the whole situation was described succinctly within it so I didn't have to go into great detail about it. It's a well-known phenomenon, that's the point I was trying to make. Just because a studio uses "X Approved" as a marketing bullet point, or claims that changes were made at X's specific direction, is absolutely meaningless and doesn't necessarily mean "X" personally oversaw anything. That, coupled with the fact that neither PJ nor Lesnie has ever personally commented on the situation (despite certainly knowing about it) or endorsed the new color grading, speaks volumes.
EDIT: Now that I read more of that thread it's crazy that someone was masquerading as an official Sony representative over at BD.com for so long, even with his own dedicated "Insider" thread, and didn't actually work at Sony (ever.) Hahahaha, ridiculous. Their vetting process must be top of the line.
Edited by Stinky-Dinkins - 12/1/12 at 3:14pm