"When I first heard that this was being done, I wasn't excited, I was frightened," said George Feltenstein, senior VP of theatrical catalog marketing for Warner Bros. Digital Distribution, says of…
Laser-driven movie projectors have long been a tech Holy Grail, but now they're finally going commercial, as projector maker Christie Digital announced their first permanent laser projector…
Warner Bros. will offer up no fewer than five versions of Superman reboot “Man of Steel” when it becomes available on homevideo on Nov. 12. The studio will sell a Blu-ray 3D combo pack, for $45; a…
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Is Apple trying to borrow a page from long-hated rival Microsoft? Apple is in early discussions to acquire motion-sensing chip startup PrimeSense, whose technology is used in Microsoft’s Xbox Kinect…
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.
Lionsgate and Samsung are joining forces to capitalize on the momentum of 3D content in the home entertainment market.
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.
So far, 3D movies have been all about the box office, with premium ticket prices upping the ante. Giant robots, comicbook superheroes and ancient warriors have exploded across digital screens in…
With just 12 weeks to go before Paramount's "Hugo" was scheduled to lock picture on Nov. 7, vfx supervisor Rob Legato went to director Martin Scorsese and told him the film's elaborate opening…
Two major suppliers in the stereo 3D arena have joined up, creating a powerhouse that will provide an estimated 80% of the technology used in 3D production worldwide.
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."