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5K-60K Lumens. Upto 2020 colour. 48, 60 or 120 FPS. One modular 'Freedom laser illumination system', three projection heads.

I presume 2x60K lumens for 6P 3D, or high brightness 2D?


Christie Launches World's Most Scalable, Modular and High-Brightness 3D Projectors in 3P and 6P Laser Versions

Christie the industry’s preferred brand for digital projection solutions for entertainment venues – including cinema and location-based venues such as theme parks, museums and planetariums – as well as rental-staging projects, today officially announced its laser projection system platform and products.

Anchored by the Christie Freedom® laser illumination system, the Christie Solaria CP42LH (Cinema), Christie D4K60LH (ProVenue) and Christie Mirage 4KLH (Immersive Environments) models are now available for widespread adoption, having been field proven with key Christie customers in 2014/2015 in both publicly-announced and non-disclosed installations.

“By providing from 5,000 to 60,000 lumen brightness, 4K resolution and on up to the Rec. 2020 color space for the best color reproduction in the industry, Christie’s RGB laser systems are setting new standards for incredible brightness, wider color gamut and astounding contrast,” said Don Shaw, senior director, Product Management, Christie. “With this announcement Christie redefines what the world’s best shared experiences are capable of, by increasing performance and capabilities across multiple applications and markets.”

The Christie® laser projection system used in all models is based on a scalable laser light source with a choice of projection heads and a fiber cable that connects the laser light source with the projection head. The complete laser projection system is engineered to produce high brightness levels and exceptional color utilizing a high bit depth 4K resolution imaging engine.

The Christie Freedom laser illumination system’s modularity allows for 5000 lumen increments (‘steps of light’) output per module in a rack-mounted array of modules. The Laser Module consists of multiple RGB lasers, a cooling system and a fiber connection, which allows each module to be self-contained; therefore providing modular redundancy to the Christie Freedom laser illumination system.



Christie is supplying three, highly engineered and powerful projection heads with its laser systems, tuned for specific customer/market needs:
  • The DCI compliant Cinema projection head (Christie Solaria CP42LH – capable of up to 48Hz).
  • The ProVenue 60Hz model (Christie D4K60LH – capable of up to 60Hz).
  • The Immersive 120Hz head (Christie Mirage 4KLH – the only laser system capable of up to 4K resolution at 120Hz in a single projector).
All of Christie’s projection heads and Christie Freedom laser illumination systems are available for purchase through Christie or its authorized partners today.
 

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5K-60K Lumens. Upto 2020 colour. 48, 60 or 120 FPS. One modular 'Freedom laser illumination system', three projection heads.

I presume 2x60K lumens for 6P 3D, or high brightness 2D?


Christie Launches World's Most Scalable, Modular and High-Brightness 3D Projectors in 3P and 6P Laser Versions

Christie the industry’s preferred brand for digital projection solutions for entertainment venues – including cinema and location-based venues such as theme parks, museums and planetariums – as well as rental-staging projects, today officially announced its laser projection system platform and products.

Anchored by the Christie Freedom® laser illumination system, the Christie Solaria CP42LH (Cinema), Christie D4K60LH (ProVenue) and Christie Mirage 4KLH (Immersive Environments) models are now available for widespread adoption, having been field proven with key Christie customers in 2014/2015 in both publicly-announced and non-disclosed installations.

“By providing from 5,000 to 60,000 lumen brightness, 4K resolution and on up to the Rec. 2020 color space for the best color reproduction in the industry, Christie’s RGB laser systems are setting new standards for incredible brightness, wider color gamut and astounding contrast,” said Don Shaw, senior director, Product Management, Christie. “With this announcement Christie redefines what the world’s best shared experiences are capable of, by increasing performance and capabilities across multiple applications and markets.”

The Christie® laser projection system used in all models is based on a scalable laser light source with a choice of projection heads and a fiber cable that connects the laser light source with the projection head. The complete laser projection system is engineered to produce high brightness levels and exceptional color utilizing a high bit depth 4K resolution imaging engine.

The Christie Freedom laser illumination system’s modularity allows for 5000 lumen increments (‘steps of light’) output per module in a rack-mounted array of modules. The Laser Module consists of multiple RGB lasers, a cooling system and a fiber connection, which allows each module to be self-contained; therefore providing modular redundancy to the Christie Freedom laser illumination system.



Christie is supplying three, highly engineered and powerful projection heads with its laser systems, tuned for specific customer/market needs:
  • The DCI compliant Cinema projection head (Christie Solaria CP42LH – capable of up to 48Hz).
  • The ProVenue 60Hz model (Christie D4K60LH – capable of up to 60Hz).
  • The Immersive 120Hz head (Christie Mirage 4KLH – the only laser system capable of up to 4K resolution at 120Hz in a single projector).
All of Christie’s projection heads and Christie Freedom laser illumination systems are available for purchase through Christie or its authorized partners today.
The individual laser modules appear to be compact, self contained cooling, and are rack mountable, no indication of pricing.
 

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Indeed, 5K lumens modules that are stacked in a 19" rack from what i have seen online in the past. 3RU a piece?

Brochure shows a drawing of a rack with twelve laser modules, plus a few RU for controllers and so on http://www.christiedigital.com/SupportDocs/Anonymous/Christie-RGB-Laser-Brochure.PDF.

DCi: http://www.christiedigital.com/en-u...-3dlp-rgb-digital-cinema-laser-projector.aspx

Large Venue=60P: http://www.christiedigital.com/en-u...d4klh60-3dlp-rgb-digital-laser-projector.aspx

Immersive, Mirage = 120P: http://www.christiedigital.com/en-u...ge-4klh-3dlp-rgb-digital-laser-projector.aspx

30K hours down to 80% of output, so three modules out of twelve are for CLO, if one is very strict.

http://www.christiedigital.com/en-u...chip-DLP-projector-running-at-true-120hz.aspx
 

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The Chrisitie IMB which I understand MAY BE NEEDED to activate 4k and HFR for the projector cannot take alternative content inputs, such would have to be re authored to DCI....

For future upgradeability the simulation model would be the best for HT.
 

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Saw Dolby vision, they showed a contrast pattern white ball on black field with 2300-1 vs 1000000 -1

, also saw segments with various content .

Movie Spy (there is an issue with the lack of experience of the Director , he admitted to only blowing up a car before ;), and audio of the kitchen r-rated cutting and chopping instruments mele that probably was dubbed at Fox exhibited a protracted Claw on the black board torture shrillness of that famous pink panther scene where they torture professor Fastbenders daughter.


The fox studio where they dubbed the 7.1 track that was later updated on an rmu could not be saved (it should have been refollied) you could not hear the swooshes of the singing weapons just pure distortion metal to metal collisions with the highest harmonic distortion. We have this example and the Transformers 4 hole in the ceiling directly attributable to his home theater's dome that sends what should be 2 rows of ceiling heights whimsically on a oval shaped peripheric suboptimal path; we are just motivated to fixing all these B-Chain issues at Hollywood. Andrew P from atmos did say he heard similar comments on the SPY kitchen knife fight shrillnes and poor imaging , and that he was going to look for the propeller falling out of the sky psycho-acoustic trajectory dis-congruity on the Transformer BD.

Definitely Dolby does not want garbage in garbage out flying under the radar through their systems, fortunately Disney and pixar do a splendid atmos mastering job. Star Wars force awakens was glorious in Dolby Cinema Did I say everyone interested in immersion should go see Tomorrow land, there are hints tha Clooney will be actually acting here for the first time, Bravo, I guess the leaked contrite email to amy pascal where he admitted "he was not worthy" and would commit to henceforth walk the part of an actor, I guess he might be keeping his word. Don't you mess with my childhood fantasy of Tomorrowland Cloon.:D

1000000-1 is overwhelming. :) I very much enjoy the dark level details but sometimes the highlights look s-gammad to the hilt. Lets see a movie filmed ion the virgin islands on HDR...

It is here though, the year of the laser.... as great as Dolby Vision is with something like 12 f-stops of range, I will be happy to see Legacy content remastered on the lesser technicolor auto deep coloring boxes.

One display however while still pricey provided amazing images of Jurasic Park and Terminator. You do not need any more than p3 color to get and amazing range from these new 6p projectors.... Even for blu ray I think that the deep color settings on the oppo may really play nice on 6p laser projectors.
 

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Saw Dolby vision, they showed a contrast pattern white ball on black field with 2300-1 vs 1000000 -1, also saw segments with various content .

1000000-1 is overwhelming. :)

It is here, the year of the laser....

One display however, if I can confirm the. Price , kicked everyone's but. Price wise. As I said need to confirm.

Let me know what you find.


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Be really carefull how you read the specs. The CDS Single projector laser is 3P only, not best for despeckling... And the footprint required...
 

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There was no speckele on Dolby Vision, the only form of Christie Laser at the show.....

There was one 2 piece 6p laser , the one were i was misquoted the price, sorry folks.... still looking at 180 for 6p laser, waiting to hear from Barco on the 22L price.
 

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Here is the star of the show


It would have been easier to get an invitation to a white house gala, but me and Taker after much behind the scenes scuttling that took weeks...

I give you the amazing Dolby Cinema. This is the preshow video you get on a Dolby Cinema presentation.



You are only seeing the part of the projector that shows above, even though the unit is 1/3 less deep than all the Christie lasers (they sack the lamphouse carrier, it's twice as high extending below the frame of the porthole.

JOKE: Dolby might have also purchased the company that makes fidelio velvet, no kidding the entire ginormous auditorium was covered in black velvet. Even the lobby and reception are was covered in Fidelio, right up to the slot machines outside.:D
 

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CinemaCon: Dolby Readies Dolby Vision, Installed at Hollywood's El Capitan Theatre
Dolby reveals new details behind its preparation and future plans.



Courtesy of Disney/Pixar
Dolby reveals new details behind its preparation and future plans.
The Dolby Vision format has been quietly dazzling studio execs and filmmakers in private demos for more than a year, and Wednesday at CinemaCon, Dolby will host the first screening of a full motion picture in the format, Disney/Pixar's June 19 release Inside Out.



The Dolby format offers a high dynamic range (HDR), meaning a wider range between the whitest whites and blackest blacks in a picture, along with features including a greater contrast ratio and color gamut. It can be projected in theaters with a Dolby Vision projection system that use Christie laser projectors.

Disney's CinemaCon slate presentation will include the screening of Inside Out and a clip from its May 22 release Tomorrowland in Dolby Vision. These are the first two titles that will be released in the format, and they will also be available with Dolby Atmos sound.

For the presentation, Dolby has installed both Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos in Caesars Palace's Colosseum theater — an ambitious plan that "freaked out all of the technical people," admitted Dolby's senior vp cinema Doug Darrow. "With [scheduled performances] in the Colosseum by entertainers such as Jerry Seinfeld and Elton John, we had a limited window for setup. These are beta units from Christie and we needed more time. So we rented a warehouse down the strip and pre-built 80 percent of the setup, where we did the testing and calibration. It was moved and installed at the Colosseum late last week."

Grading of the Dolby Vision version of Inside Out recently took place at Hollywood's Harmony Gold, where Dolby has set up a demonstration system and color-grading capabilities. Colorist Mark Dinicola did the grade, working closely with the key filmmakers from Pixar including director Pete Docter. Brad Bird's Tomorrowland was graded at Company 3's new facility in Santa Monica (which is still under construction), by colorists Stefan Sonnenfeld and Stephen Nakamura.

For moviegoers, Dolby Vision projection was, appropriately, recently installed at the Disney-owned historic El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood. Additionally, Dolby confirmed that it intends to install Dolby Vision projection in Hollywood's Dolby Theatre, the home of the Academy Awards, at some point in the future.

The bigger play for Dolby is the introduction of a premium branded cinema system, Dolby Cinema, which includes Dolby Vision projection, Dolby Atmos immersive sound, and design elements including a 7-foot video wall entrance and special fabric walls that conceal speakers, "removing the obvious reference points to where the sound is coming from," Darrow explained. (A diorama of the Dolby Cinema concept is on display at Dolby's CinemaCon exhibit).

The first such Dolby Cinema system was installed last fall at JT Cinemas in Eindhoven, Netherlands.

Additionally, last week Dolby announced a deal with AMC to convert AMC Prime premium auditoriums to "Dolby Cinema at AMC Prime," meaning they would converting AMC Prime theaters to additionally support Dolby Vision projection (these theaters already offer Atmos, as well as power seating). The first four will be at AMC theaters in Burbank, Atlanta, Houston and Kansas City. Phase two will include sites in Los Angeles' Century City, New York, and second sites in Houston and Kansas City.

On the content side of the equation, Darrow related that "most directors we have shown this to are thinking about it for their next feature." Disney has also announced that its Jon Favreau-directed The Jungle Book is scheduled to get a Dolby Cinema release when it opens in 2016.

Whispers and speculation about additional future Dolby Vision titles abounds. One focus of this discussion is Tron 3, which wouldn't be a surprise since it's director, Joe Kosinski, has acknowledged that he's a fan. (Also, Kosinski helmed Oblivion, clips from which were remastered in Dolby Vision and used for demonstrations at CES 2014 when the format was unveiled for home entertainment).

Rumor has it that Ang Lee is considering an HDR finish for Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk, which could be incredibly inventive as he's said to additionally be experimenting with varying frame rates.

What else might go Dolby Vision? We can't rule out J.J. Abrams' Star Wars: The Force Awakens. A clip from the director's Star Trek Into Darkness was used in early Dolby Vision cinema demonstrations for studio execs and filmmakers. Additionally, Abrams' Bad Robot uses the SGO's Mistika system in house, which is a color grading and postproduction system that already supports Dolby Vision.
 

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APRIL 22, 2015 12:44pm PT by Carolyn Giardina CinemaCon: 'Star Wars: The Force Awaken

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Dolby Vision was also used for a dazzling clip from Joe Kosinski's 'Tron.'
The trailer of JJ. Abrams' Star Wars: The Force Awakens debuted in Dolby Vision — Dolby’s new-fangled format offering high dynamic range (HDR), greater contrast and and a wider color gamut — Wednesday at CinemaCon, and it appears that a Dolby Vision release will follow.

Dolby Vision was also used for a dazzling clip from Joe Kosinski's Tron that was remastered in Dolby Vision and 3D. Kosinski will be directing a sequel, which is currently in preproduction.

The Hollywood Reporter previously reported that whispers and speculation suggest that both Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Kosiniski’s upcoming Tron sequel will be released in Dolby Vision.

The Star Wars trailer and Tron clip were screened in Dolby Vision during a technical presentation, following the preview screening of Disney/Pixar’s Inside Out in Dolby Vision. Inside Out and Disney's Tomorrowland, for which a clip was also previewed in Dolby Vision, will be the first movies released in the format.

Inside Out director Pete Docter, producer Jonas Rivera, director of photography Kim White and production designer Ralph Eggleston were on hand to discuss their experience with Dolby Vision. Docter commented, “it gave us another tool to play with to emphasize emotion.”

During its technical presentation, Dolby also screened a clip of Paul Feig’s upcoming Spy, remastered in Dolby Vision. The director was on hand, giving it high marks are remarking that it could be a “gold mine” for his upcoming Ghostbusters in that it could bring out the luminosity of the ghosts.

Kosinski is already a fan of Dolby Vision, and has stated that he’s more excited about HDR — which offers a wider range between the blackest blacks and whitest whites — than features such as 3D or high frame rates. A clip from his Oblivion was remastered in Dolby Vision and used for demonstrations at CES 2014 when Dolby Vision was unveiled for home entertainment.

A clip from Abrams' Star Trek Into Darkness was previously used in early Dolby Vision cinema presentations for studio execs and other stakeholders. Abrams' Bad Robot Productions already uses the SGO’s Mistika system, a color grading and postproduction system that supports Dolby Vision, in house.

Dolby installed Dolby Vision projection and its immersive sound system, Dolby Atmos, in Caesars’ Palace’s Colosseum for the CinemaCon presentations. With limited setup time due to the Colosseum’s performance schedule, the company actually rented a warehouse on the Las Vegas strip where it pre-built most of the system and did testing and calibration. It was moved the Colosseum and installed late last week.

The bigger play for Dolby is the introduction of a premium branded cinema system, Dolby Cinema, which includes Dolby Vision projection, Dolby Atmos sound and design elements including a 7 ft. video wall entrance and special fabric walls that conceal audio speakers. (A diorama of the Dolby Cinema concept is on display at Dolby’s CinemaCon exhibit).

Disney has also announced that its Jon Favreau-directed The Jungle Book is scheduled to get a Dolby Cinema release when it opens in 2016.
 

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I'' be deconstructing and contrasting what went down on this demo.

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Dolby Impresses CinemaCon with 1,000,000:1 HDR Projection Demo
by Alex Billington
April 23, 2015

Dolby Cinema
Lasers. They're the future of cinema, so you better get used to it. I've been attending CinemaCon (formerly ShoWest), the movie theater owners' convention, for the last 9 years and have seen many fantastic technical demos. One year James Cameron came and showed us his first look at High Frame Rates; one year Dolby introduced their (now everywhere) Atmos sound system with a custom install in a big auditorium where we get to see screenings. This year, Dolby held a demo of their latest offering - a system called Dolby Vision (we've written about it recently). It runs on two 4K laser projectors and they claimed that the contrast ratio they were getting up to is 1,000,000:1. Most cinemas today are barely 2,000:1. It was mesmerizing to see.

There's a few details to clear up about what we are seeing. First things first, lasers (and "HDR") are not the same thing as "HFR" (or High Frame Rates, which James Cameron is all about and many moviegoers don't like). Secondly, this High Definition Range (or "HDR") branding is actually a brand new proprietary system from Dolby installed in the Christie 4K projectors. Instead of one DLP chip, there are multiple DLP chips, designed in a way to minimize light loss so that all of the good light goes straight to the screen. That means completely crisp, clear projection with unprecedented color depth. No really, you have never seen anything like 1,000,000:1 contrast ratio. The blacks looks completely black. It all looks spectacularly more luscious.

Now here's the other thing about laser projection. Many are wondering: will I even notice a difference? The answer is, frankly, probably yes and no. If you're a diehard cinema enthusiast and visual purist like me, you will notice it immediately because there is so much more detail in the darker areas of each frame. However, not everyone may notice this at first. But the way to make them notice is giving a side-by-side comparison. At the beginning of our demo in CinemaCon, the screen comes up with some text saying something like "this is how it used to be", then the screen splits and the blacks really become black, the text fully stands out. That kind of side-by-side comparison will surely make your jaw drop, because of how much better it looks.

Dolby Cinema

I spoke with CJ Flynn of DCinemaTools.com while at CinemaCon about the Dolby system and what he knows about it. His discussion indicated that this new technology is so impressive, and Dolby is so heavily invested in perfecting the cinematic experience (including their Atmos sound), that it could cause other premium theatrical offerings to suffer when consumers start to realize just how spectacular this is. It's hard to believe that claim without actually seeing it yourself, but it sounds like (and from what I've seen here) this definitely is going to be the offering that cinema purists will always want to choose from now on. Except that even by next year, 2016, only 9 theaters in the US will have this installed. It's going to be a long roll out.

The "Dolby Cinema" branding, which is what that image above shows, refers to perfecting the theatrical experience so that light loss/reflection/noise and other potential technical drawbacks are minimal. The entire theater, from floor to seats to screen, is constructed and designed in a way so that the audio/visual experience is truly perfect. That's where you'll actually see a contrast of 1,000,000:1, because even exit signs and aisle lighting used in most theaters today add too much ambient light that detracts from the amount of depth we see on screen. This is the ideal "premium" offering that many movie lovers have been waiting for.

While I have been discussing the future of cinema for many years, after this year's CinemaCon presentation I've got a really good feeling about the direction Dolby is going with this premium "Dolby Cinema" setup. AMC is already a believer too, as they've committed to a long term partnership with Dolby as well. I can talk about it and write about it all day long, but you have to experience this yourself, see the differences between standard projection and Dolby's HDR laser, to truly feel as excited for this future as I do. It will be worth it. Especially if you love the extraordinary glory of the big screen. For more information, check out Dolby.com.
 

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Disney Debuts Pixar’s ‘Inside Out,’ Action-Packed ‘Tomorrowland’ Trailer at CinemaCon



The studio also screened trailers for Marvel’s “Ant-Man” and Lucasfilm’s “Star Wars: The Force Awakens”
Disney used its two-hour presentation window at the annual CinemaCon convention in Las Vegas to show off a handful of trailers including a stunning new look at “Tomorrowland,” as well as debut Pixar’s latest animated movie “Inside Out.”
While full reviews of “Inside Out” are under embargo, the high-concept film is among Pixar’s most thematically mature and emotionally complex films, as it follows a young girl’s emotions — Joy, Sadness, Anger, Fear and Disgust — as they compete for control of her mind. Kids will no doubt take to it, and adults may find themselves shedding a tear, as this reporter did in the film’s final minutes.
“Inside Out” isn’t the only Pixar offering this year, as for the first time ever, Disney will release a second film from the animation studio in November — “The Good Dinosaur.” Disney did not show a trailer for that film, which may prove to be more kid-friendly than “Inside Out,” but it did give the audience at Caesar’s Palace a brief glimpse at footage.
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Disney’s executive VP of distribution, Dave Hollis, led the studio’s presentation, which showcased a new trailer for Brad Bird‘s “Tomorrowland.” The spectacular spot featured much more action than the initial teaser, which was designed to convey a sense of wonder. It also put George Clooney front and center, where stars of his caliber belong.
Inspired by Walt Disney himself, “Tomorrowland” will be the first film to debut in Dolby Vision, though “Inside Out” will also utilize that new format. An animated short film titled “Lava” will screen in front of “Inside Out.”
As TheWrap first reported, Disney is also teaming with Fathom Events to debut “Inside Out” three days early in select cinemas on June 16. The special event will include 15 minutes of exclusive behind-the-scenes footage from Pixar Animation Studios and a Q&A with director Pete Docter, producer Jonas Rivera and Amy Poehler, who voices the lead character of Joy.
Also Read: Tom Cruise Takes CinemaCon Behind the Scenes of His Death-Defying Plane Stunt in 'Mission: Impossible'
Disney also screened the most recent trailer for Marvel’s “Ant-Man,” which will be attached to prints of “Avengers: Age of Ultron.” The tagline, “heroes don’t get any bigger,” is a stroke of marketing genius.
The studio ended its presentation with the latest “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” trailer, which was shown for the first time in a proper movie theater. Hollis said the second trailer was watched 88 million times in its first 24 hours of release.
Hollis also noted that 2013 and 2014 were Disney’s best years at the box office domestically, internationally and globally. The studio is expecting an “astounding” 2015 thanks to “Avengers” and “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” as well as the two aforementioned Pixar movies. Hollis said the studio is already off to a great start this year due to “Cinderella” before boasting that “when it comes to big theatrical event films, our lineup is unparalleled.” Then he showed a graphic to back that up, which is featured at the bottom of this story.
In addition to “Avengers,” “Tomorrowland,” “Inside Out,” “Ant-Man,” “The Good Dinosaur and “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” Disney’s upcoming releases include Steven Spielberg‘s “Bridge of Spies” and “The BFG,” the Coast Guard drama “The Finest Hours,” Disney Animation’s “Zootopia,” Jon Favreau‘s “The Jungle Book,” sequels to “Alice in Wonderland” and “Finding Nemo,” as well as Marvel’s “Captain America: Civil War” and “Doctor Strange.”
The studio also has “Pete’s Dragon,” “Moana,” “Beauty and the Beast,” “Star Wars: Rogue One,” “Star Wars: Episode VIII,” “Guardians of the Galaxy 2,” “Toy Story 4,” “Pirates of the Caribbean 5” and DreamWorks’ “Ghost in the Shell” on the horizon. That’s a lot of brand power for one of the most recognizable brands in the world.
 
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