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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
The 3-D reissue of the 1994 Disney animated feature “The Lion King” won 1st place at the box office for a second week in a row. The estimated $22.6 beat out Brad Pitt’s Moneyball and Morgan Freeman in Dolphin’s Tale. … Continue reading
Ahead of its Blu-ray/Blu-ray 3D debut on October 4, The Lion King will once again roar into theaters beginning tomorrow for a two-week run in digital 3D. A few weeks ago I caught a screening and came away with decidedly mixed … Continue reading
Director Rob Minkoff helped guide the Disney animated feature The Lion King as it revolutionized the animation industry, now he’s returned to make sure the 3D version meets his high standards. This interview with Minkoff on MovieWeb has peaked my … Continue reading