Discotek Media announced on their news section of their site that they've acquired the rights to three classic anime movies today, though no details were given and no release plans listed out for them.
The first acquisition is from the old Central Park Media catalog with one of their oldest and most well known titles that still holds up rather well today, the first Project A-Ko movie.
Discotek continues its good relationship with Toei Animation, following their work with the Fist of the North Star TV series, by going after the Galaxy Express 999 movie (and thereby giving a sliver of hope for the TV series?). Viz Media previously held some form of rights to this movie but never exercised any home video options with it.
The third announcement is for the second Galaxy Express 999 movie, Adieu Galaxy Express 999, which I don't believe had any US distribution plans before from anyone.