Running the gamut from slightly anthropomorphised cuties to big, bad, brawling beasts that knock one another’s teeth out.
It’s a Baz Luhrmann drama and those are as packed with as much spectacle as pretty much any tentpole.
Following I, Robot, Fox are getting ready for the rumble in the 3D jungle.
I sat down with Sam Raimi last weekend to go through everything he learned while making Oz the Great and Powerful.
The 50th anniversary of Doctor Who is going to make quite an impact on the BBC schedules, there’s no doubt of that, but it’s not going to do it with a multi-episode run of the show proper.
As with The Avengers, there’s going to be a range of different Real D-compatible 3D glasses made and sold in conjunction with tickets to Iron Man 3.
Clues seem to be pointing towards a widespread, official re-release for Dr. No in 3D.
Sooner or later Bryan Singer’s Jack the Giant Slayer gets down to action. Big, loud action. Thundering, even.
Sink plungers, coming at ya?
From the director of Super Size Me and Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan’s Hope.
It’s as if millions of voices cried out with a resounding “Meh.”
Also less-compressed 1080p than before. I want this on my TV now.
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What the director of The Secret in their Eyes did next.
Do you have a 3D TV set that you can send YouTube to? Or a 3D computer monitor?
Also… does this mean the next Die Hard is coming to IMAX? I bet it does.
Per capita, we’re definitely doing better than the US here. Lots of cities to choose from.
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Sony rush in where Fox fear to tread?
It’s certainly possible. As the Black Friday deals aproach, this seems to have nipped in early with the Prometheus 3d/Blu Ray/DVD/Digital Combo pack down from $50 to $15. And the Alien Anthology down from $70 to $20. You you could …