Entries Tagged as '3d movies'

This Is Us Under Review

August 21st, 2013 · No Comments · 3D Content, Newsflash

Not by us, of course. If we could, we may just sweep this one under the rug and perhaps call it a good day. But for millions of screaming tweens around the globe, the latest One Direction film This Is Us 3D premiers in a week, and many moms and dads will be dragged to […]

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Thor: The Dark World Coming in November

August 21st, 2013 · No Comments · 3D Content, Newsflash

The latest in the Thor saga will be coming to IMAX 3D on October 30 internationally, but will not hit U.S. theaters until November 8. It will initially be released in The Philippines, Belgium, France, Ireland, and the U.K. on October 30. Currently it is being remastered into the IMAX 3D format with all the […]

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Look for Les ailes de Johnny May in 3D

August 20th, 2013 · No Comments · 3D Content, Newsflash

The French documentary Les ailes de Johnny May en 3D was released in theaters last week in Canada. It tells all about a heroic Inuit pilot’s adventures. The Inuit refer to some people of the Artic areas of Canada, Greenland, the U.S. and Russia. May was a pilot for 64 years in the area and […]

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Night of the Living Dead Coming in 3D

August 19th, 2013 · No Comments · 3D Content, Newsflash

Perhaps. Currently, George Romero’s 1968 film Night of the Living Dead is in the process of getting redone in 3D. It’s actually a reimagining of the original film. This time a group will barricade themselves in a New York apartment when the zombie plague hits. The film will be titled Night of the Living Dead: […]

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Wim Wenders to Direct Every Thing Will Be Fine

August 13th, 2013 · No Comments · 3D Content, Newsflash

3D dramas have been discussed lately as rare, but German film director Wim Wenders is directing a new 3D drama called Every Thing Will Be Fine, shot in 3D and featuring actor James Franco. The film has begun production this week in Montreal. Franco plays Tomas, a writer who accidentally kills a child while driving […]

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Planes 3D Reportedly Great in 3D

August 11th, 2013 · No Comments · 3D Content, Newsflash

The latest animated 3D film from Disney, Planes 3D, is like Cars but in the air. And many say that if you’re going to see this movie that it’s better in 3D. This line of reasoning stems back to the remake of the classic film Top Gun, which works in 3D because planes and giant […]

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RealD Posts Quarterly Loss

August 9th, 2013 · No Comments · 3D Content, Newsflash

RealD, the company responsible for licensing hundreds of 3D projectors in theaters across the globe, is losing revenue this year. Last year, they posted revenue of $3 million dollars in the first fiscal quarter, while this year they lost $1.5 million. The 3D movie box office is reportedly about $100 million dollars down from last […]

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3D Animated Film Foosball to Kick-off San Sebastian

August 8th, 2013 · No Comments · 3D Content, Newsflash

The 3D animated film Foosball is making strides. The Argentinean film has been chosen to kick-off the San Sebastian Film Festival in Spain next month. The film, according to the Hollywood Reporter, “Released last month in Argentina under the title Metegol, has already drawn in over one million viewers, breaking the country’s opening week box-office […]

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Ang Lee’s Next 3D Film Direction: Boxing

August 8th, 2013 · No Comments · 3D Content, Newsflash

Ang Lee, the Oscar-winning director of Life of Pi, is going a whole new route it appears for his next project with a 3D camera, boxing. Things are still reportedly hush-hush about the new movie, but we do know it will involve footage from some of the most classic boxing matches in history, including Ali-Frazier, […]

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Analysts Claim Blockbusters Irresponsible to Go 2D

August 7th, 2013 · No Comments · 3D Content, Newsflash

The current climate in filmmaking is that 3D is a good investment, almost maybe a no-brainer, at least for summer blockbuster films. Forbes broke it down yesterday, saying that for a mere $10-$20-million-dollar investment on a 2D to 3D conversion, a film could yield tens to hundreds of millions more in the global market. See, […]

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