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Indeed. And Cameron has all exclusive rights to sequels. Just like Lucas did with Star Wars.
Just in case you didn't know.
Except Lucas paid out of his own pocket to make his movies while Cameron doesn't. Lucas controls 100% of his SWs movies while Cameron doesn't.
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Except Lucas paid out of his own pocket to make his movies while Cameron doesn't. Lucas controls 100% of his SWs movies while Cameron doesn't.
Here, let me break it down for you.
Exclusive rights to sequels means that you are the ONLY one who can make a sequel. ONLY one, and WHEN you want.

In laymans terms. James Cameron has 20th Century Fox by the balls. And therefore can tell Fox exactly when to release a bluray Avatar in 3D. Do you think releasing the first Avatar bluray on "Earthday" was Fox's idea? No, it was James Cameron's idea. So it just goes to show doesn't it?

It's just all about "Greed." Nothing more nothing less.
And with that I end my point.
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Here, let me break it down for you.
Exclusive rights to sequels means that you are the ONLY one who can make a sequel. ONLY one, and WHEN you want.
Nope - Fox pays for the productions and the marketing. They say when they are going to release them, which has already been determined. "He who holds the gold makes the rules."

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In laymans terms. James Cameron has 20th Century Fox by the balls. And therefore can tell Fox exactly when to release a bluray Avatar in 3D. Do you think releasing the first Avatar bluray on "Earthday" was Fox's idea? No, it was James Cameron's idea. So it just goes to show doesn't it?
Nope - that exclusive deal with Panasonic was done a while ago. Part of Panasonic's involvement with the production of Avatar.

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It's just all about "Greed." Nothing more nothing less.
And with that I end my point.
Your opinion and nothing more.
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Oh, okay.
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One recent piece of good news that shows Cameron has more control of his future products than for last year's Avatar is Fox Studios is now onboard to let him shoot Avatar 2 at a higher frame rate than the industry standard 24 fps. He wanted to shoot the original Avatar at 48 fps but Fox would not go along because of the additional production costs. Cameron is now in the process of deciding if Avatar 2 will be shot at 48 fps or perhaps 72 fps. These higher frame rates are really needed in order for the theatrical presentations to have a lot more virtual reality feel to them as the very obvious motion artifacts at 24 fps really detract from the overall experience. Of course a 24 fps version will be created for distribution to theaters not equipped with digital projectors that are compatible with the higher frame rate.

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One recent piece of good news that shows Cameron has more control of his future products than for last year's Avatar is Fox Studios is now onboard to let him shoot Avatar 2 at a higher frame rate than the industry standard 24 fps. He wanted to shoot the original Avatar at 48 fps but Fox would not go along because of the additional production costs. Cameron is now in the process of deciding if Avatar 2 will be shot at 48 fps or perhaps 72 fps. These higher frame rates are really needed in order for the theatrical presentations to have a lot more virtual reality feel to them as the very obvious motion artifacts at 24 fps really detract from the overall experience. Of course a 24 fps version will be created for distribution to theaters not equipped with digital projectors that are compatible with the higher frame rate.
48 fps, 60 fps or 72 fps.
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I received a Sony Blu-ray 3D disc yesterday that I don't think has been mentioned here -- "Lang Lang Live in Vienna". Well, it's only partially 3D. There's two hour concert in Vienna in 2D. And then about 30 minutes of 3D shot at a club in Berlin, plus about 11 minutes of 3D about the making of the 3D segments. Four very impressive 3D cameras. Warning: This is classical piano music. Try it. You might like it. Only about $17.
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Here, let me break it down for you.
Exclusive rights to sequels means that you are the ONLY one who can make a sequel. ONLY one, and WHEN you want.

In laymans terms. James Cameron has 20th Century Fox by the balls. And therefore can tell Fox exactly when to release a bluray Avatar in 3D. Do you think releasing the first Avatar bluray on "Earthday" was Fox's idea? No, it was James Cameron's idea. So it just goes to show doesn't it?

It's just all about "Greed." Nothing more nothing less.
And with that I end my point.

Define "Greed" please.
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UK releases for Dec. 13th:

Dolphins & Whales 3D Blu-Ray
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Dolphins-Wha...0697736&sr=8-1

Ocean Wonderland 3D Blu-Ray
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Ocean-Wonder...0697849&sr=1-3

Sharks 3D Blu-Ray
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Sharks-Blu-r...0697877&sr=1-3[/quote]
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November 30th on amazon.fr
http://www.amazon.fr/gp/product/B004...ag=3dmoli05-21 (Ocean Wonderland)
http://www.amazon.fr/gp/product/B004...ag=3dmoli05-21 (Dolphins & Whales)
http://www.amazon.fr/gp/product/B004...ag=3dmoli05-21 (Sharks)


Deep Ocean Experience 3D Blu-ray (UK release March 1, 2011)
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B...ag=3dmovies-21
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Ocean Film Trilogy 3D Blu-ray Announced

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3D Entertainment Distribution, the marketing and theatrical sales arm of 3D Entertainment Films, has announced that it has entered into an agreement with Universal Pictures International Entertainment to release its underwater 3D film trilogy on Blu-ray 3D disc in several countries (excluding North America) this Christmas. The trilogy, presented by ocean explorer Jean-Michel Cousteau, features Ocean Wonderland 3D, Sharks 3D and Dolphins and Whales 3D: Tribes of the Ocean narrated by Daryl Hannah, which have generated over $85 million at the IMAX theatre box office to date.
http://www.blu-ray.com/news/?id=5550

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Ocean Film Trilogy 3D Blu-ray Announced



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Thanks for that info. I was wondering whether to order from amazon.uk or wait for US release. Since there's no US release, I just ordered from amazon.uk.
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wil these frech versions play on usa 3d bluray players
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New Blu-ray 3D disc "Kenny Chesney: Summer in 3D" (2010) will be released on March 8, 2011.

http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/AS...ag=3dmovies-20

http://www.3dmovielist.com/3ddvds.html#mbv3d
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New Blu-ray 3D disc "Kenny Chesney: Summer in 3D" (2010) will be released on March 8, 2011.

http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/AS...ag=3dmovies-20

http://www.3dmovielist.com/3ddvds.html#mbv3d

The packaging is missing the 3D BD logo.

I will add it to the list though. Thanks.
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The packaging is missing the 3D BD logo.

I will add it to the list though. Thanks.

It is 3D BD, no doubt; Single-Disc Blu-ray 3D/Blu-ray Combo (filmed in 3D)

The 2D version (DVD) says 2D version on the cover:

Can see the covers on Image Entertainment`s homepage:

http://www.image-entertainment.com/s...h=&pagesize=25 (also other coming 3D movies, IMAX)

Special Features:
Contains BOTH the 3D Theatrical (94 min), the 2D Theatrical (94 min) versions
PLUS 2D Director's Cut (116 min) is contained.
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Thanks for that info. I was wondering whether to order from amazon.uk or wait for US release. Since there's no US release, I just ordered from amazon.uk.

I too want to order some 3D from Amazon UK. Are we sure that a UK video version works on a US Blu_ray player? Several different conventions over in the UK, including region code, 50Hz vs 60Hz in US, and also UK uses PAL vice NTSC here in the US.

My question in itself might show some ignorance, but I sure could use some assurance to alay my fears before ordering in UK

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You'll need to check region coding on a case by case basis. While many discs are region free, a significant number are not.
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March 1 - IMAX: DINOSAURS - GIANTS OF THE PATAGONIA
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January 25 - SAW: THE FINAL CHAPTER [S3D]
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Looks like IMAX: Mummies - Secrets of the Pharaohs might be March 29th
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Black Market on Avatar 3D Blu:

starting from 200 bucks up to 400 bucks!

This is the result of the exclusivity:
Regards Panasonic

EDIT: Lets say this is a reverse "Black Friday"

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Black Market on Avatar 3D Blu:

starting from 200 bucks up to 400 bucks!

This is the result of the exclusivity:
Regards Panasonic
Message from Panasonic to the public . . .

"Thank you for buying our Ultimate Pack - even those who don't own a Panasonic 3DTV."

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Great!

Ad is ad

But nobody cares their TVs btw

The publisher of Avatar won!!! Not Pan.

EDIT: While they are playing on the sand, the real movies (not anime) are coming from the very early adopter of the new technologies; guess what: 3D porn sector
Side by side for the time being.

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IMAX 3D Bundles Blu-ray

Wild Ocean / Grand Canyon Adventure / Dinosaurs Alive! / Blu-ray 3D

Image Entertainment | 3 Movies | 125 min | Feb 01, 2011

http://www.blu-ray.com/movies/IMAX-3...Blu-ray/18525/
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Today you can buy them seperately from Amazon:

Dinosours 16,49
Wild Ocean 18,99
Grand Canyon (not in stock) i got it for 20 bucks 2 weeks ago.

So the total price is approx 56 bucks instead of 52.

I wouldn't wait until Feb. 11

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Today you can buy them seperately from Amazon:

Dinosours 16,49
Wild Ocean 18,99
Grand Canyon (not in stock) i got it for 20 bucks 2 weeks ago.

So the total price is approx 56 bucs instead of 52.

I wouldn't wait until Feb. 11

That's the pre-order price. It may be lower when it is released.
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Today you can buy them seperately from Amazon:

Dinosours 16,49
Wild Ocean 18,99
Grand Canyon (not in stock) i got it for 20 bucks 2 weeks ago.

So the total price is approx 56 bucks instead of 52.

I wouldn't wait until Feb. 11

Or ou could buy all 3 of those for $15 each this week if you have an Ultimate Electronics by you.
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Amazon Pre-orders
Mummies: Secrets of the Pharaohs (IMAX)(3D) [Blu-ray] March 29, 2011
http://www.amazon.com/Mummies-Secret...22151&sr=1-153
Dinosaurs: Giants of Patagonia (IMAX)(3D) [Blu-ray] March 1, 2011
http://www.amazon.com/Dinosaurs-Gian...822212&sr=1-93
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