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Tag Archives: 3D
Pixar has released a short, but fun, sneak peak at the next short from the Toy Story Toons series. This one features Rex the plastic green dinosaur. Buzz, Woody and the rest of the “Toy Story” gang think he is … Continue reading
Disney has decided to move up the release date for the upcoming 3-D re-release of Pixar’s Monsters, Inc. It is now coming out an entire month sooner and returning to theaters smack in the middle of the 2012 holiday season … Continue reading
After The Lion King 3D did $95 million at the box office, Disney announced that more films would be converted forthwith. First was Beauty & The Beast, which pulled in a respectable $47 million, and up next is Pixar’s Finding … Continue reading
This article should really be titled ‘Walt Disney Imagineering builds Star Trek Holodeck and refuses to share it with anybody.’ For a few years now WDI has used a Digital Immersive Showroom (aka The DISH) to assist in developing attractions, … Continue reading