‘Beauty and the Beast’ into 3-D filmNovember 22nd, 2008 - 1:30 pm ICT by Bupha Ravirot
It has already been 17 years since the well known traditional fairy tale “Beauty and the Beast” first premiered. Recently Disney and IMAX Corp. planning to make 3D version of Beauty and the Beast and to be debuted in 2010.
Appearing at the 3DX: 3D Film and Entertainment Technology Festival in Singapore, Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures Group president Mark Zoradi announced the movie’s 3-D transformation, which will be the 11th 3-D feature that Disney is set to release in 2009-10.
Production team expected that re-rendering of film will take about ten months and will be handled in-house at Walt Disney Feature Animation.
2009 is going to be the year of digital 3-D technology because Disney has already made a lineup of 3-D movies for 2009 includes “Jonas Brothers 3-D Concert Movie,” to be released on February 27; Disney/Pixar’s “Up” (May 29); “G-Force,” from Disney and Jerry Bruckheimer Films (July 24); the newly re-rendered Disney digital 3-D debut of Disney/Pixar’s “Toy Story” (October 2); and “A Christmas Carol,” from Robert Zemeckis (November 6), starring Jim Carrey in multiple roles.
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