Warner Bros. has big plans for the 75th anniversary of "The Wizard of Oz." Imax will unspool a remastered 3D version of the film in theaters for one week beginning Sept. 20 in North America, to…
With Disney/Marvel's Iron Man clanking to a cool billion worldwide and Paramount's Star Trek Into Darkness on a similar course, one thing has been notably absent: Complaints about 3D conversion.
Visual effects masters are called "magicians" for a reason: They really do seem like conjurers. The only limits on what they can put on the screen seem to be time, budget and imagination.
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The Equalizer1Daily:$8.2M Cumulative:$34.1M Sony / Columbia -39.59%
The Boxtrolls2Daily:$4.9M Cumulative:$17.3M Focus -34.47%
The Maze Runner
The Maze Runner3Daily:$4.3M Cumulative:$58.0M Fox -46.49%
Cameron-Pace Group, Dolby Labs and Philips Electronics have pacted to support glasses-free 3D. Under the agreement, CPG will integrate Dolby's suite of autostereo TV technologies into its content and…
A remake and 3D re-do join a list of holdovers bigfooting each other at the B.O. this weekend. Sony's “Evil Dead” remake looks most likely to scare up top coin at the domestic box office in the…
LONDON — The first 3D Creative Summit here covered a wide variety of topics in two days, but recurring concerns included a lack of consistent marketing and the discomfort of 3D glasses. Many argued…
By Robert Mitchell LONDON The film and television industries need to learn a new language to fully release the potential of 3D technology and engage with the audience. This was a key argument…
With the heavy push for 4K UHD televisions at the Consumer Electronics Show this week, 3D is getting about as much buzz as the Macarena in the age of Gangnam Style.
While the biz has been buzzing about plans for a new "Star Wars" trilogy, the usually sleepy world of theatrical movie sound has been ramping up for a format war.
The consumer electronics industry is facing a turning point: whether to find a new category of TVs to sell or risk seeing TV research and development efforts become unsupportable.