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post #241 of 644
Clash 2 will be 1.85:1

http://marketsaw.blogspot.com/2011/0...to-3d-for.html

He also mentions there is a 3D conversion of Inception going around as a sort of tech demo.
post #242 of 644
Ok, I just saw the Clash aspect ratio on Collider and Marketsaw says 1.8:5

2.3:5 is also mentioned in the Marketsaw article.

What is this? Is it some other-national way of saying 1.85:1 and 2.35:1? The first time I read it I misread it as such. Apologies if my take-away was incorrect.
post #243 of 644
I noticed that too. Thought I read it wrong too but I would assume its the same?
post #244 of 644
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Originally Posted by cakefoo View Post

Ok, I just saw the Clash aspect ratio on Collider and Marketsaw says 1.8:5

2.3:5 is also mentioned in the Marketsaw article.

What is this? Is it some other-national way of saying 1.85:1 and 2.35:1? The first time I read it I misread it as such. Apologies if my take-away was incorrect.

It is from an article writer who is too lazy or ignorant to correct the typos and/or check what the format should be and just typing in the digits with a period and colon and hoping it is mostly right.

Very shoddy, if you can't be bothered to present ratios properly.

IMHO,

shinksma
post #245 of 644
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FDA Greenlights Kodak Laser Projection Technology

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The FDA (Food and Drug Administration) has approved a variance that allows for the sale of KODAK Laser Projector Systems using KODAK Laser Projection Technology to cinema exhibitors without the need for individual site or show operator variances. This is an important step forward in delivering brighter 2D and 3D images that provide higher dynamic range and a wider color gamut to theaters
*SNIP*

http://www.dcinematoday.com/dc/PR.aspx?newsID=2193
post #246 of 644
Oz: The Great and the Powerful (2013)

Shooting begins in July. I'd place my money on native 3D.
post #247 of 644
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Originally Posted by cakefoo View Post

Oz: The Great and the Powerful (2013)

Shooting begins in July. I'd place my money on native 3D.

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3D feature movie will be based on a series of excerpts from several books about the Wizard of Oz written by L. Frank Baum.

http://oz-the-great-and-powerful-tra...downey-jr.html
post #248 of 644
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'Star Wars: Episode I' 3D Gets Theatrical Release Date From Lucasfilm, Fox

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Lucasfilm Ltd. and 20th Century Fox will release the 3D version of Star Wars: Episode I:The Phantom Menace on Feb. 10, 2012.

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/new...se-date-163858
post #249 of 644
Nice, Ill be inline to buy these, but not watching them at the movies. Im enjoying a new 73" 3D DLP, and feel no need for theaters now.
post #250 of 644
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Originally Posted by ElwayLite View Post

Nice, Ill be inline to buy these, but not watching them at the movies. Im enjoying a new 73" 3D DLP, and feel no need for theaters now.

LOL - you can wait to see it on your less then 73" display (remember, it will be letterboxed) probably a year after it it's the theaters. I wil see it the first week it is in release on a 50 foot screen. Using a professional 3D projector.
post #251 of 644
Nah, theater is old news for me. $40 for the wife and I to listen cell phones and jerkoffs in the back. Pass... I saw one flick last year, and thats because I got one free ticket. Ive seen Lucas Wars so many times, waiting is not even anywhere near an issue
post #252 of 644
I guess some people think two years is too long to go without another Resident Evil movie:

Releases 9/14/2012
post #253 of 644
Well, the ending of RE4 left it wide open, I mean it wasn't even an ending.
post #254 of 644
Dreamworks just went ahead and claimed a bunch of territory, heheh...

* Kung Fu Panda 2 - May 26, 2011
* Puss In Boots - November 4, 2011
* Madagascar 3 - June 8, 2012
* Rise of the Guardians - November 21, 2012
* The Croods - March 1, 2013
* Turbo - June 7, 2013
* Me and My Shadow - November 8, 2013
* Mr. Peabody & Sherman - March 21, 2014
* How to Train Your Dragon 2 - June 20, 2014

http://collider.com/dreamworks-anima...ynopsis/79510/
post #255 of 644
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Originally Posted by cakefoo View Post

Dreamworks just went ahead and claimed a bunch of territory, heheh...

* Kung Fu Panda 2 - May 26, 2011
* Puss In Boots - November 4, 2011
* Madagascar 3 - June 8, 2012
* Rise of the Guardians - November 21, 2012
* The Croods - March 1, 2013
* Turbo - June 7, 2013
* Me and My Shadow - November 8, 2013
* Mr. Peabody & Sherman - March 21, 2014
* How to Train Your Dragon 2 - June 20, 2014

http://collider.com/dreamworks-anima...ynopsis/79510/



Gee, maybe by the time the last one comes out, dreamworks will actually be offering them without a samsung starter pack Stupid dreamworks
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Why Disney's 'Mars Needs Moms' Bombed

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Robert Zemeckis' motion-capture animated film cost $150 million to produce but earned only $6.9 million in its debut at the domestic box office.

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/new...ds-moms-167551
post #258 of 644
3D technology has even sceptical directors embracing another dimension | Film | guardian.co.uk

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Steven Soderbergh has also worked on two abortive 3D projects, Contagion (eventually shot in 2D instead) and a Cleopatra musical.
post #259 of 644
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James Cameron 'Fully Intends' to Make 'Avatar 2 and 3' at Higher Frame Rates

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He says at CinemaCon that he is looking seriously at 48 and 60 frames per second.

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/new...ds-make-172916

EDIT:

additional info:

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/new...try-use-173577

http://marketsaw.blogspot.com/2011/0...ectacular.html
post #260 of 644
http://collider.com/static-milo-vent...-paxton/83223/

I thought it was interesting the amount of money being spent to shoot this movie.
post #261 of 644
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by cakefoo View Post

http://collider.com/static-milo-vent...-paxton/83223/

I thought it was interesting the amount of money being spent to shoot this movie.

I thought there was a zero missing but guess not:

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/hea...n-board-173632
post #262 of 644
http://collider.com/david-heyman-dav...-part-2/83444/

Nice to get a confirmation from the producers that Harry Potter part 2 WILL be in 3D:

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It's probably gonna be more subtle than on some films, we're not gonna have tons of stuff flying out the screen, we'll have some but not much. The depth will not necessarily be as great as some films. But it will make the film feel larger, be more immersive, and I think it will add to the stories as opposed to take away.

I don't know what to think about that though. It all depends on their intended meaning.

Also they're working on the 3D Blu-ray of part 1.
post #263 of 644
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Originally Posted by cakefoo View Post

http://collider.com/static-milo-vent...-paxton/83223/

I thought it was interesting the amount of money being spent to shoot this movie.

Is that a typo?
post #264 of 644
post #265 of 644
Has anyone heard anything about Contagion NOT being in 3D?

http://www.guardian.co.uk/film/filmb...ical-directors

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Steven Soderbergh has also worked on two abortive 3D projects, Contagion (eventually shot in 2D instead)

This is the only source I can find on the internet claiming this.
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post #268 of 644
http://collider.com/scott-stewart-in...ruments/84415/

"and he discussed his next project: The Mortal Instruments.
Stewart tells me he’s shooting Instruments in 3D."
post #269 of 644
I hope this movie's a spit in the face of all those journalists who claimed Mars Needs Moms was some kind of nail in the coffin of 3D.

post #270 of 644
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