3D or not 3D?
Prompted by the unmitigated (and unexpected) success of "The Lion King" 3D retrofit, Disney has announced that it will re-release 3D versions of animated pics including "Beauty and the Beast,"…
In the run-up to the June 28 bow of "Transformers: Dark of the Moon," Paramount and Michael Bay made it a selling point to tout that the pic was "shot in 3D."
Venerable lab and post giant Deluxe has agreed to acquire 3D conversion company StereoD.
As reported by Variety, Prime Focus is doing the 3D conversion of "Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace."
It'll be a happy Valentine's Day weekend for fans of the force next year, as the first installment of 3D version of the Star Wars saga will preem in theaters Feb. 10, 2012.
Digital Domain Holdings, the parent company of visual effects studio Digital Domain, has acquired 3D conversion company In-Three.
Warner Bros. is adding more 3D magic to the "Harry Potter" franchise after all.
The visual effects industry's ability to handle huge changes at the last minute has cultivated some dubious habits at the studios.
The $59.3 million bow of DreamWorks Animation/Paramount's "Monsters vs. Aliens" was hailed by exhibitors and distributors alike as a breakthrough in the burgeoning 3-D biz.
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