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Legend3D Converts First Three Shreks in 3-D

Legend3D, the leading innovator in 2D-to-3D catalog film and motion picture conversion technology, today announced that it completed the 2D-to-3D conversion of the most successful animated film franchise of all time—DreamWorks Animation SKG, Inc.’s (Nasdaq: DWA) Shrek, Shrek 2, and Shrek the Third.

Blu-ray Headline News

Lion King, Beauty and the Beast Coming to Blu-ray 3-D

Continuing its leadership in the advancement of 3D entertainment and marking the most significant title commitment to the growing Blu-ray 3D market, The Walt Disney Studios has announced plans to release at least 15 of its films for in-home viewing on Blu-ray 3D in 2011.

Blu-ray Headline News

Resident Evil: Afterlife Debuts on DVD, Blu-ray & Blu-ray 3D

By Rick DeMott | Wednesday, December 29, 2010 at 4:16pm

On December 28th Sony Pictures Home Entertainment will unleash the deadly T-virus into homes everywhere when Resident Evil: Afterlife explodes onto Blu-ray 3D, Blu-ray and DVD.

Million Headline News

A Lump of Coal at U.S. Box Office

By Dan Sarto | Monday, December 27, 2010 at 11:31am

Christmas 2010 brought a big lump of U.S. box office coal, with attendance down 44% from last year, the culmination of 7 straight weekend declines compared to 2009. Bad weather and a Friday-night Christmas eve may have played a part, though the lackluster performance of most films just might reflect movie-watcher displeasure with the current slate of films.

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Blackmagic Design Announces Major DaVinci Resolve 7.1 Update

Blackmagic Design announced today a major update to DaVinci Resolve, the world’s most popular high-end color grading system on Mac OS X and Linux.

Motion Headline News

VICON House of Moves Completes Stunt Motion Capture for Tron: Legacy

VICON House of Moves (HOM), a leading animation and motion capture company, was hired by Grid Productions to complete seven days of motion capture prior to the release of "TRON: Legacy."


'Tron: Legacy' Review

By Joe Strike | Friday, December 17, 2010 at 10:09am

I haven’t been this disappointed by a Walt Disney sci-fi movie since The Black Hole. Maybe I walked in with unrealistic expectations of seeing something as groundbreaking, and visually thrilling as the 1982 original. The trailer looked tremendous and the idea of revisiting a ‘visionary’ film (the first Tron does indeed deserve that now-overused adjective) with 21st century effects – and with the same actors playing the same characters they did in the original, only middle-aged – seemed irresistible.

Blu-ray Headline News

Despicable Me Steals $25M on DVD/Blu-ray in One Day

The world's funniest evil genius saw his plans for world domination come true when Despicable Me made off with first-day sales on Blu-ray, DVD and digital download of nearly $25 million on December 14.