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Old 09-19-2010, 04:02 AM   #1
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Blu-ray 3D Release Calendar | 3D Movies

List of all Theatrical Feature Length Films Available, Rumored or Coming Soon to Full HD 3D Blu-ray[/B][/U]
Note: This list will only include discs that are in full 1080p 3D. 720p 3D discs will not be included here.

KEY: * = Native 2D, Converted to 3D ^=Native 3D <=Majority 2D film with select 3D sequences
>=Majority 3D film with select 2D sequences +=CGI (Rendered in 3D) **=Hybrid (Part Conversion, Part Native)
~ = Rendered in layered 2D, converted to 3D from original depth axis information

Titles in RED are available at general retail (at least in the US), Titles in Blue are exclusives, titles in Black are announced/expected but no solid date has been set.)


3D FEATURE LENGTH THEATRICAL TITLES NOW AVAILABLE OR COMING SOON...



^Avatar (Now Available as Panasonic Exclusive, Exclusivity Deal expected to end early spring of 2012)

**Alice In Wonderland
(Now Available!)

~Beauty and the Beast (Now Available!)

+Bolt (November 8th)

*Captain America: The First Avenger (Now Available!)

+Cars 2 (Now Available!)

*Cats & Dogs: Revenge of Kitty Galore (Now Available!)

+Chicken Little (November 8th)

+Christmas Carol (Now Available!)

*Chronicles of Narnia: Voyage of the Dawn Treader (Now Available!)

*Clash of the Titans (Now Available!)

+Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs (Now Available!)

*Conan the Barbarian (Coming Soon)

^Coraline (Now Available!)

+Despicable Me (Now available in standard and Best Buy exclusive editions!)

^Drive Angry (Now Available!)

^Final Destination 3D (Now Available!)

**G-Force (November 8th)

+Gnomeo & Juliet (Now Available)

*Green Hornet (Now Available)

*Gulliver's Travels
(Now Available!)

+How to Train Your Dragon (Best Buy Exclusive Beginning Sept 11th, 2011)

+Hoodwinked 2 (Coming This Fall!)

+Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs (Now Available!)

^Journey to the Center of the Earth (Expected in 2012, timed with theatrical sequel's release.)

*The Last Airbender (Now available exclusively at Best Buy!)

+Legend of the Guardians (Now Available!)

~Lion King (Now Available!)

+Mars Needs Moms (Now Available!)

+Meet the Robinsons (November 8th)

+Megamind (Best Buy Exclusive Beginning Sept 11th, 2011)

<Michael Jackson: This is It (3D Enhanced edition) (Features both Native & Converted 3D sequences)
(Free from Sony with 2010 3DTV registration.)

+Monster House Now Available!

+Monsters Vs. Aliens (Best Buy Exclusive Beginning Sept 11th, 2011)

^My Bloody Valentine (Available Now Exclusively at Best Buy!)

*Nightmare Before Christmas (August 30th, 2011)

+Open Season (Now Available!)

*Piranha (Now Available!)

^Pirates of the Caribbean - On Stranger Tides (Now Available!)

+Polar Express (Now Available!)

*Priest (Now Available!)

^Resident Evil: Afterlife (Now Available)

+Rio (Coming August 2nd!)

^Sanctum (Now Available!)

^Saw - The Final Chapter (Now Available!)

+Shrek: The Whole Story (1-4) (4 disc set Samsung Exclusive, 3D combo pack Best Buy exclusives start Oct 30th, 2011.)

^Step Up 3D (Now Available!)

+Tangled (Now Available!)

*Thor (Coming in September!)

+Toy Story (Now Available!)

+ Toy Story 2 (Now Available!)

+ Toy Story 3 (Now Available!)

>Tron: Legacy (Available Now!)

^/+ Yogi Bear (Available Now)



Other Theatrical 3D Titles Which Could Eventually Come to 3D Blu-ray

Coming to theaters/Now Playing in Theaters:

- Disney's John Carter
- The 3 Musketeers
- Conan the Barbarian
- Tekken: Blood Vengeance
- A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas
- Lord of The Dance
- Pina
- Hugo
- Shark Night
- The Hobbit
- The Adventures of TinTin
- Spy Kids: All the Time in the World


Already in theaters, but not yet on 3D disc:

+Alpha & Omega (Currently Available on Blu-ray in 2D only)
+Astro Boy (Currently Available on Blu-ray in 2D only)
+Beowolf (Currently Available on Blu-ray in 2D only)
^Bwana Devil
^Comin' At Ya
^Dial M for Murder
+Fly Me to the Moon
^Hannah Montana & Miley Cyrus - The Best of Both Worlds (Available in 720p on Playstation Network)
^House of Wax (1953)
^Jackass 3D (Currently Available on Blu-ray in 2D only)
^Jonas Brothers - The 3D Concert Experience (Available in 720p on Playstation Network)
^Kiss me Kate
^Night of the Living Dead (2009)
*The Nutcracker (2010)
+Planet 51 (Never released theatrically in 3D, Currently Available on Blu-ray in 2D only)
**Smurfs
*Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace (George Lucas and ILM are in the process of Converting all 6 Star Wars films to 3D)
*Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones
*Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith
*Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope
*Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back
*Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi
*Titanic (Note: James Cameron is in the process of having the film converted for theatrical re-release.)
^Transformers 3: Dark of the Moon
^U2-3D
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Old 09-19-2010, 09:12 AM   #2
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Wow, this is awesome! Thank you for making this list!

I can't believe Despicable me will be a general release, and so soon too. I thought for sure Samsung was going to take it for an exclusive. Great news!
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Old 09-19-2010, 09:21 AM   #3
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Nicely done. Didn't know about My Bloody Valentine.

I believe Imax's "Deep Space" is actually called "Space Station" though.
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Old 09-19-2010, 09:28 AM   #4
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Damn, I didn't even notice My Bloody Valentine on there. This is great! So much for a lack of content!
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Old 09-19-2010, 12:52 PM   #5
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Once Avatar 3D Bluray is released we'll see a huge spike in the 3D space, cheaper 3D tv's and lots more content!
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Really good job on this list. I was hoping Avatar will be exclusive only for a few months. You can add Imax: Dinosaurs: Giants of Patagonia (http://www.hd-report.com/2010/09/16/...ms-to-u-verse/).
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Really good job on this list. I was hoping Avatar will be exclusive only for a few months. You can add Imax: Dinosaurs: Giants of Patagonia (http://www.hd-report.com/2010/09/16/...ms-to-u-verse/).
What I read was that Avatar would be an exclusive for an "unusually long" period of time. I wouldn't be surprised if it lasts a year.
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What I read was that Avatar would be an exclusive for an "unusually long" period of time. I wouldn't be surprised if it lasts a year.
Panasonics contract ends in June 2011 according to the moderator. Of course Fox and Cameron could wait longer if they want just because they can
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Panasonics contract ends in June 2011 according to the moderator. Of course Fox and Cameron could wait longer if they want just because they can
Exactly. My Panasonic rep says that the exclusivity deal ends 6 months after the release date which is supposed to be early December. (Panasonic and Sony are notorious for being late on most shipments of products, Samsung for being Early.) However, just because an exclusivity deal ends, that doesn't guarantee an immidiate general retail release! Monsters Vs Aliens can be released at any time now, but it could be a few days, weeks, months or maybe even a year before it is announced. I'm guessing it'll either be announced in the next few weeks or that it wont be and it will be a long time before it hits. Early 2011 or later.
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Exactly. My Panasonic rep says that the exclusivity deal ends 6 months after the release date which is supposed to be early December. (Panasonic and Sony are notorious for being late on most shipments of products, Samsung for being Early.) However, just because an exclusivity deal ends, that doesn't guarantee an immidiate general retail release! Monsters Vs Aliens can be released at any time now, but it could be a few days, weeks, months or maybe even a year before it is announced. I'm guessing it'll either be announced in the next few weeks or that it wont be and it will be a long time before it hits. Early 2011 or later.
That may be true for most exclusive deals, but I read in many articles that Avatar's exclusive deal was going to be "unusually long" whatever that means.
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That may be true for most exclusive deals, but I read in many articles that Avatar's exclusive deal was going to be "unusually long" whatever that means.
Wells Sony's exclusive deal is only 60 days long for Alice in Wonderland and Bolt. So compared to that 6 months is unusally long.
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Wells Sony's exclusive deal is only 60 days long for Alice in Wonderland and Bolt. So compared to that 6 months is unusally long.
This is true.
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If anyone has any other titles they know are coming, or if there are any major films that were released theatrically in 3D that are missing from the second list please let me know!
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I was looking at the Full HD 3D titles list. I thought it was already confirmed that the Dec. 19th release of TS3 was not 3D version but a Spanish version.
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I was looking at the Full HD 3D titles list. I thought it was already confirmed that the Dec. 19th release of TS3 was not 3D version but a Spanish version.
Afraid so

The December 19th release of Toy Story 3 is clearly not a 3D version.

Personally I don't expect any Pixar movies on Blu-Ray 3D until Cars 2 is ready for release since Pixar is probably releasing 2D versions of Finding Nemo and The Incredibles this Spring first before any Blu-Ray 3D versions of any of there movies.
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Nice Post.. Thanks for the information, I expect to get updates frequently.


Just one comment = I HITE the deals where manufactures and the studios push exclusive bundles with 3D movies. It is not good for the adoption of the 3D technology. Instead, they should work in strategy to place a lot of 3D HDTV and 3D Movies in every house.

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i just bought a panasonic VT20 3d tv.. so hoping I will be able to get Avatar in 3d.. Pansonic dont seem to be very quick at posting out stuff though.. i'm due 3 free blu-rays for the last month and there's no sign of them to turn up so it could be well into the new year before Avatar is available.. they have at least said it will be available to people who have bought tvs this year, not just from november..
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Added Last Airbender to the list. Updated My Bloody Valentine. Released today.
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Does anyone know whether I'll be able to buy the Shrek movies as a new owner of a Samsung 3D TV? I just bought it today, but for some reason I think I'm getting the old bundle with Monsters vs. Aliens. Is it worth calling Samsung over? Would I be able to show them my receipt date? I got such a good deal on the TV I didn't bother to worry about the starter package, just wanted to make sure I was getting one with 2 pair of glasses, and I'm also getting the blu-ray player, as well.
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