New Disney-Pixar Films To Be 3D

April 9, 2008 at 7:58 pm Leave a comment

Pretty exciting to see how this new 3D technology works. The last movie I saw in 3D was “Superman Returns” and it seemed like old-school 3D to me. Also waiting for James Cameron’s 3D sci-fi film, whenever that comes out.
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The Walt Disney Studios previewed 10
animated movies on Monday that it will release during the next
four years, including further installments in the “Toy Story
and “Cars” series and two new fairy tales.
With the exception of “Wall.E,” a robot love story opening
on June 28, and “The Princess and the Frog,” a hand-drawn
animated fairy tale set in New Orleans and due to open
Christmas 2009, the remaining eight movies will be made in
digital 3-D.

“We’re excited to be pushing the boundaries of 3-D and
computer technology to tell our stories in the best possible
way,” said John Lasseter, chief creative officer for Walt
and Pixar Animation Studios.
The first Disney digital 3-D movie for release is “Bolt,”
the story of a dog of the same name who thinks he has superhero
powers. John Travolta gives voice to Bolt while hit teen
singer/actress Miley Cyrus is voicing Bolt’s owner Penny in the
movie, due to open on November 26.
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