Posts Tagged ‘3d films’
Disney is creating movie magic and it’s doing it with more than Johnny Depp’s magical smile and flippant mannerisms. Pirates of the Caribbean 4 takes us further than we’ve ever been with the franchise. Not only is this the first Pirates of the Caribbean movie that was filmed without Orlando Bloom or Keira Knightly, but it is also the first Pirates movie filmed completely in 3D!
In the last 3 Pirates movies, we were teased with questions regarding Jack’s enchanted compass—the compass that didn’t point north; it points at what the holder of the compass wants most. In the fourth installment of the Pirates movies, the compass will be put to the ultimate use—finding the Fountain of Youth. In Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End, we were offered a glimpse into how Jack got started on the quest for the fountain, but like most good movie producers, it only served to whet our appetites for the next and final move in the series.
The first 3 Pirate movies were visually stunning, having been shot in exotic locations with actual galleon replicas that are still in use today, but this final movie was shot in 3D in order to blow movie goer’s minds. Who wouldn’t want to see mermaids, cannon fire, tropical forests, the walking dead, and undead monkeys in vibrant and stunning 3D?
The magical world of Disney has finally brought us our dream movie, one in which we can sit, enjoy, and reach out and touch the strangest tides we’ve ever seen.
The film industry is relishing the opportunity to release more 3D movies this year with a myriad of new 3D movies out – following the success of Avatar 3D in December 2009.
The new 3D format for films is a refreshing blast to the entertainment industry and movie studios. All 3D movies have performed well – bums are taking to seats in huge numbers. Huge interest is just around the corner for a number of genres from 3D fantasy movies, adventure and horror films with almost 50 percent being animated.
Title: Shrek Forever After
21st May 2010
The final chapter in the Shrek series involving Rumpelstiltskin and a twiste deal that goes wrong, leaving Shrek in land of Far, Far away. Featuring the voices of previous movie stars from Mike Myers, Cameron Diaz, Eddie Murphy, and Antonio Banderas.
Title:Toy Story 3
18 June 2010
Directed by Lee Unkrich and scheduled for release in the UK for 18th June this year.
9th July 2010
A wicked villain’s plans to steal the moon are thwarted by three little girls named Margo, Edith and Agnes. Features the voices of Steve Carell, Russell Brand, and Julie Andrews.
Title:Step Up 3D
6th August 2010
A third helping about a group of New York City street dancers that team up with NYU freshman Moose, and find themselves pitted against the world’s best hip hop and breakdancers in a final showdown that will change their lives forever.
27th August 2010
A horror/thhriller film about a sheriff who trys to save the town from an influx of unstoppable piranhas. Razor sharp action in 3D promises to be a big hit.
22nd October 2010
Not another one I hear you say? I promise this one will be different. Tobin Bell returns as Jigsaw in Saw 3D
Title:Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part I
19th November 2010
Harry, Ron, and Hermione must finish Dumbledore’s work in defeating the Dark Lord as Voldemort takes control of the Hogwarts. Stars Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint, with Ralph Fiennes joining the returning cast of Alan Rickman, Maggie Smith, Bill Nighy, and Helena Bonham Carter.
17th December 2010
The cartoon misadventures of Yogi and his sidekick Boo-Boo in Jellystone Park. Features the familiar voices of Dan Aykroyd and Justin Timberlake.