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Tag Archives: 3-D
A $1.1 billion deal to convert more movie theaters to modern digtal 3-D projecters has been announced by a panel of mega movie studios including the Walt Disney Studios. Many in Hollywood see 3D technology as key to the film … Continue reading
Hannah Montana & Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds 3-D Concert Now Available On DVD and Blu-Ray High-Def Miley Cyrus is the latest, and perhaps greatest, teenage starlet to be produced by the Disney machine (although Annette Funicello will never … Continue reading
The El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood is the pinnacle of the Disney movie watching experience. It is old Hollywood meets new, with restorations to both the exterior and interior, and equipped with Dolby SR-D digital sound, film and digital projectors, … Continue reading
In distribution news, Regal Entertainment Group has reached a deal with Real D 3D to upgrade 1,500 cinema screens with 3-D technology. In addition to Regal Cinemas, Regal also owns the United Artists cinemas and Edwards Cinemas. Time Warner plans … Continue reading