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View Full Version : Disney and Dolby will Bring "Chicken Little" in 3D to Select Theatres Nationwide


Giles
08-30-05, 03:16 PM
100 select theatres in the top markets will see "Chicken Little" released in 3D. Talk about cool. I can't wait to see what the cities and specifically the theatres that will get the upgrade to showcaset this movie as such:

http://www.digitalcinemareport.com/3dnotcrowd.html

jaeufraser
08-30-05, 03:49 PM
Very cool. If it looks as good as Polar Express, I'm there. Hopefully the movie is good though...

SPiRAL
08-30-05, 04:34 PM
It's Disney, so it will definetly be at El Capitan in Hollywood.

shaun3000
08-30-05, 05:37 PM
Their first CGI movie? I thought that pidgeon movie was their first CGI film... either way, I don't see any gimmicky 3D effects making it a better movie.

cerulean
08-31-05, 02:29 AM
First CGI? Everyone forgets Dinosaur.

Cameron
08-31-05, 03:24 AM
Valiant was completed and bought by Disney. This is the first title done in house. Dinosaur mixed CG with live action, so it was not "fully" animated. I am glad 3-D is on the up swing.

Jackskeleton
08-31-05, 05:19 AM
Saw this film twice already and I thought the movie was great. Think shrek, only with the other fairy tales and with a cast that has some good chemistry and sounds like they are having fun doing it.

Zach really did add a lot to the role of chicken little. Bringing in his tangents that make him very funny on scrubs. It really is a good movie and I see it doing very well in its theatre run.

Steve Phillips
09-02-05, 03:46 PM
CHICKEN LITTLE is just the beginning. MONSTER HOUSE (Robert Zemeckis) will follow the same 2-D/3-D release pattern next summer, and THE ANT BULLY is going to get an IMAX 3-D release around the same time.

There's more in the works than that.....

www.worldenteractive.com