3d film

Disney California Adventure is importing “Mickey’s PhilharMagic”

As Disney’s parks continue their celebration of Mickey Mouse, it’s the 90th anniversary of his and Minnie’s big screen debut, they’re still rolling out even more fun for guests. This April, Disney California Adventure will welcome “Mickey’s PhilharMagic” to its Sunset Showcase Theater in Hollywood… Read More »Disney California Adventure is importing “Mickey’s PhilharMagic”

Disney joins IMAX to produce 3D Space Film

For their first every joint production, IMAX and The Walt Disney Studios have announced an agreement to produce and distribute the latest IMAX 3D cinematic space spectacle from acclaimed filmmaker Toni Myers, who has been crafting mind-blowing movie experiences for IMAX audiences for more than… Read More »Disney joins IMAX to produce 3D Space Film

3D ‘A Christmas Carol’ brings motion picture madness to Disney

Depending on how you define animation, The Walt Disney Company actually has two major animated films coming out this holiday season. “The Princess and The Frog”, Walt Disney Animation Studios return to hand drawn animation is opening December 11th, but before that Disney will enter a new era of animation with its first 3D Motion Picture capture movie “A Christmas Carol”, which will hit theaters on November 8th.

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A few minutes of footage were screened at Cannes this week and we got our first look as Jim Carrey as Scrooge (click above for larger image). You’ll also be able to experience an early look at the film as the ‘Christmas Carol Train Tour’ makes 40 stops around the country beginning this weekend. Click below the cut for the full schedule.

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Actor Jim Carrey, actress Robin Wright Penn and actor Colin Firth attend Walt Disney’s ‘A Christmas Carol’ Photo Call and Press Conference at the Carlton Hotel during the 62nd Annual Cannes Film Festival on May 18, 2009 in Cannes, France. (Photo Courtesy Disney, Jeff Vespa/WireImage.com ¬©Imagemovers Digital, LLC. )

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