Good news for Apple fans in the UK: Apple has finally added HD movies to the iTunes store. The selection seems to be rather limited for now. MacRumors notes
that Twilight is among the more high-profile selections. Pricing works like this: movies that sell for £9.99 in standard definition are £12.99 in HD, while those priced at £6.99 for SD are selling for £7.99 in HD.
Until now, HD movies were only available to rent in the UK. The Japanese market only received movies in iTunes last month
(SD and HD) while in the U.S., Apple added HD movies to the iTunes Store in March of 2009.
Here's a shot of Eclipse in iTunes on the desktop.