Guys, sent a mail to Universal as well, regarding the old master that they were going to use on the new 2D Blu-Ray, and guess what, I got the same reply as some other folks here, with just the addressee name changed.
Here's my original mail-
I'm wondering, why you people at Universal are not using the wonderful new master that you have newly created (for the 3D), for the 2D disc as well.
I mean the old master for the trilogy Bluray was not only poor, but the picture was cropped both vertically and horizontally- It was zoom-boxed.
When I look into the new IMAX 3D trailer for Jurassic Park 3D, I see it not only has a great exotic colour (which the previous Blu-Ray lacked), but the image is both taller and wider than the previous Blu-Ray video.
Please use the same NEW master, please!!! Why are are you doing this to us fans of the Movie. So many of Spielberg's movies getting such astounding new masters(Jaws for example) why not JP? Please, this is very sad for us fans here who do not have 3D equipment, and neither have any interest in buying such equipments!
P.S: I've also noticed a substantial amount of DNR(Digital Noise Reduction) in the new trailer for the new 3D master, which is blocking out a lot of natural skin details. Faces are starting to look waxy, despite being clean. I know it's too late to go back and correct that error, but it will be glaring, on an IMAX screen aor any large screens.
Please use the new master for the 2D Blu-Ray as well, without the DNR!
I hope to receive a reply from you.
And here's their reply-
"Dear Mr. M...,
Thank you for contacting us.
The 2011 "Jurassic Park Ultimate Trilogy" Blu-ray release is based on remastered source material developed under the auspices and with the direct approval of the filmmakers. Extensive efforts went into the remastering process, and the differences between this Blu-ray release and our original DVD release are dramatic. The same remastered materials will be used for our upcoming DVD and 2D Blu-ray release.
We will forward your comments to the appropriate department.
Again, thank you.
UNIVERSAL STUDIOS HOME ENTERTAINMENT"