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When it comes to performances in movies, it's usually the actors and actresses that are recognized rather than the inanimate objects that are featured in motion pictures. In order to rectify this oversight, we have decided to recognize the work of at least a few of those objects, beginning with the food seen in movies. Decide who wins the 2012 Reelzie for Best Performance by a Food see the nominees and vote >> Posted 12.31.12 by Mandy
In 2003, Disney and Pixar teamed up to create what would become a classic animated adventure, Finding Nemo. Now, almost 10 years later, they are re-releasing this family favorite in 3D. Finding Nemo is one of four Disney movies the company will be turning into 3D throughout 2012 and 2013. The others include Beauty and the Beast, The Little Mermaid and Monsters, Inc. Seems like it will be easier to find Nemo in 3D. The movie is expected to hit theaters September 14th.
A new trailer for the re-release has hit the web, and you can sea it here. Sea the Trailer Posted 01.11.12 by reelz
With The Lion King (in 3D) recently passing $90 million at the domestic box office, it's no surprise that Disney is anxious to get more of its animated classics in theaters for a 3-D re-release.
Earlier this month, the House of Mouse announced that four more of their most beloved movies of the past twenty-some years would be headed back to theaters, and now they have dates for the re-releases, too. One thing that's certain, there is no time being wasted getting these 3D versions in front of audiences. When will the 3D conversions hit theaters? Posted 10.21.11 by Mandy
After bringing Simba into the third dimension, Disney is taking four movies out of its back catalog and converting them to 3-D for release next year.
We're not sure where this ranks on the complaints that Hollywood is making too many sequels, prequels or remakes, but the cause is the same: familiarity equates to big box office dollars. Look at The Lion King's two-week, September run at the top of the box office, for example. The conversion cost $10 million, and The Lion King made $29.3 million in its (re)opening weekend alone. Disney likely knew that The Lion King would be successful, but not that successful. which movies are being released and when? >> Posted 10.05.11 by Ryan
1991's Beauty and the Beast is a Disney classic. The animated movie about a girl falling in love with a prince who has been transformed into a hideous beast is a Golden Globe winner, an Academy Award winner, and was nominated for a Best Picture Oscar. But have you ever wondered what the movie would have been like if Belle, rather than being a pretty, bookish girl, was instead a pretty drag queen with a fair amount of attitude?
Honestly, we had never wondered that either, but apparently Micah McCain has spent a great deal of time pondering that question. So much time that he dubbed over the big opening number with just that thought in mind, and renamed it "Bonjour, Girl!" The only way to understand is to watch it. The lyrics are a little PG, but it should be safe for work, as long as work isn't a preschool. Watch "Bonjour, Girl!" >> Posted 09.09.11 by Mandy