Philips later this year plans to introduce a High-Definition TV that has the widest aspect ratio yet, according to an article by Wired.com. The set, called the Cinema 21:9, will be a 56-inch LCD HDTV and will deliver the closest proportions yet to a screen in a movie theater. Wired reports that the aspect ratio will be 2:33 to 1, close to the 2.39:1 that many movies are offered. Consequently, the Cinema 21:9 would avoid the letterboxing now seen on many high-def sets during a movie playback, even for a Blu-ray disc. However, Wired reports that there are only about 3,000 movies now available with the widescreeen 2.35:1 ratio. Philips says the set will be introduced later this year, but did not provide any pricing details or a specific launch date. T3, the UK-based site, says Philips is planning to start a web site for the Cinema 21:9 on January 29, presumably to promote its launch in Great Britain, if not elsewhere. DVD and Blu-ray movies without the black bars on the top and bottom on 2:35:1 Movies.