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Tag Archives: 3D
Disneyland fan & 3D modeler Miles Wilhelm is in the middle of a big project. He wants to render the entirety of the park in 3D computer graphics. As you can imagine, there is a lot of detail to get … Continue reading
Hop on board the scream train for a return to Monstropolis and a 3D update of the hit Pixar animated feature “Monsters, Inc.” A new featurette looks at the challenges and benefits of converting the 2D film to a new … Continue reading
I’ll cut to the chase, Tim Burton has done it again. Disney’s Frankenweenie, based on Burton’s previous short film of the same name, opens October 5, and it is a fantastical romp through the stresses, relationships, and learning curve of … Continue reading
The latest box office report looks both good and bad for Disney. Finding Nemo 3D managed to come in second place in a weak weekend box office with $17.5 million domestic and $5.1 million foreign. The silver lining is that … Continue reading