The TCL Chinese Theater was just one home to the “Wizard of Oz” Imax re-release this weekend — but there was no other place quite like it. The newly remodeled historic Hollywood movie palace scored a…
"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…
Sept. 15 was family day at the 75th anniversary unveiling of “The Wizard of Oz” in IMAX 3D at the newly converted TCL Chinese Theatre, formerly Grauman’s, in Hollywood, now the largest IMAX theater…
Kids and adults mature enough to handle mild animal peril will be duly enchanted by this plucky primate tale.
3D isn't dead, but it has plateaued and is going to be stuck at about this level until the technology improves.
ESPN will shut down its three-year-old 3D channel by the end of 2013, as the 3D television category has failed to achieve broad traction. The cabler, majority owned by Walt Disney Co., will cease…
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.
DreamWorks Animation is putting a twist on the free-to-play model of mobile gaming and will pay up to $1 million in cash to players of its "Turbo Racing League" app.
As TV manufacturers look to promote their 3D sets, others are trying to expand the 3D business to mobile devices.
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.
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