In an interview with DVD Producer Kim Aubry, he mentioned that he will be filming some special bonus material for a new edition of Bram Stoker's Dracula. Well, it would be nice to finally get one because as far as I know there's only the Superbit Version. Here's the part about Dracula from the interview, for the whole thing (also some Apocalypse Now mention) go here:
Coppola's DVD Producer Preparing for HD
For the past 15 months, Aubry and his team have been working on the upcoming special edition DVD release — Apocalypse Now: The Complete Dossier, a sort of “kitchen sink” version of an Apocalypse Now DVD.
It will include both the original and Redux versions of the film, as well as a wealth of new documentaries that dive deep into the editing, the sound, the music and other aspects of the film’s production.
Aubry is filming some of the bonus features in high-def, for this and for another project, Bram Stoker’s Dracula, which will also include a special “art student” viewing option.
“Whenever moments in the film appear that have interesting references to art, a button will appear,” he said. “They can select it, and the film will stop, and they’ll see the storyboard or the painting the setting is based on.”