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Old 07-20-2019, 02:08 PM   #81
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From Disney's unneccesary sequels department:


- there's a moment in the trailer where they shoot crossbows which is staged in a way that suggests 3D should not be an afterthought here.
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Old 07-20-2019, 02:38 PM   #82
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The trailer looks awesome! Hope it gets a 3D bluray release.
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From Disney's unneccesary sequels department:

Official Trailer: Disney's Maleficent: Mistress of Evil - In Theaters October 18! - YouTube

- there's a moment in the trailer where they shoot crossbows which is staged in a way that suggests 3D should not be an afterthought here.
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The trailer looks awesome! Hope it gets a 3D bluray release.
The 3D in theaters for Maleficent 2 looks really impressive for a conversion, in the high medium to strong 3D range. Enough to get me into the 3D theater, considering this isn't a film I'd go to see otherwise.

August's 2019 films look sparse. Hobbs and Shaw only in 3D overseas apparently. That stinks as I am going to check this film out for the action starring Idris Elba as a kick ass bad guy.
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https://www.playmobil-derfilm.de/

Plamobil 3D is in theatres this month. The German website still has 3D listed on the main page. The director worked on Frozen, Tangled and Bolt.

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Old 08-22-2019, 06:19 PM   #85
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Here’s another one, the dance documentary Cunningham. It’s having its US premiere at NYFF and apparently is planned for a theatrical release at the end of the year (I heard about it from the NYFF lineup and it sounds interesting, and feels like it’s been years since an art house documentary like this got released in 3D, particularly as the format sounds to be a big part of the concept and production)

https://deadline.com/2019/04/magnoli...am-1202596823/

https://www.filmlinc.org/nyff2019/da...eup-announced/
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Old 08-23-2019, 03:53 AM   #86
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Super 4 was a Playmobil inspired CGI animated series with Playmobil styled characters. Interesting to see they're offering a CGI stereo 3D film too. As a tiny kid, while I never played with Playmobil figures or vehicles, the catalogs and pictures of the playsets were often colorful and creative. I just wasn't a fan back then of the round heads and simple faces. Lego's figures' style aren't much better in design to be fair, though it works for the Lego style building blocks I suppose.

Hopefully the 3D will be worthwhile and medium to strong, not mild and weak.
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Old 08-23-2019, 05:04 AM   #87
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At least in previous years from Holywood we had at least one live action, non-sequel/non-reboot:

2009 - Avatar
2010 - The Hole, Cave Of Forgotten Dreams
2011 - Hugo, Pina, TT3D
2012 - Life of Pi
2013 - The Great Gatsby, Gravity, T.S. Spivet
2014 - Goodbye to Language, Edge Of Tomorrow, Exodus
2015 - Mad Max, Everest, The Walk, The Martian, In the heart of the sea
2016 - Billy Lynn
2017 - nothing
2018 - Ready Player One, Alpha, They Shall Not Grow Old, Mortal Engines
2019 - Alita, Shazam, Gemini Man.

It’s early days though. Let’s be hopeful.
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Looks like 2019 is a record year for 3D!

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Looks like 2019 is a record year for 3D!
I wouldn’t count Pokemon or Shazam! as they’re part of an existing Franchise which has already made it to the big screen.

Spies in disguise is animation.

Alita and Gemini Man though
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Old 08-23-2019, 07:52 AM   #89
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I wouldn’t count Pokemon or Shazam! as they’re part of an existing Franchise which has already made it to the big screen.

Spies in disguise is animation.

Alita and Gemini Man though
Inconsistent logic. You counted Mad Max & Great Gatsby....

I’ve removed Spies & I’ll give you Pokemon.

Which franchise is Shazam a part of?

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NE ZHA


https://www.firstshowing.net/2019/of...aying-in-imax/

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Worse is that a distributor told me early in the year that Disney wasn't putting out 3D BD is Aus anymore
Same situation in NZ alas, probably the same distributor.
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Inconsistent logic. You counted Mad Max & Great Gatsby....

I’ve removed Spies & I’ll give you Pokemon.

Which franchise is Shazam a part of?
Sorry, yes you’re right. I know in my head the type of movies that I was trying to include but coming up with rules to help define those types of movies to others isn’t so straight-forward. It’s probably more about the target demographics and quality of the film-making. Great Gatsby should be in that list but I can’t think of the rules to include it. Maybe just ‘Hollywood, live-action, non-franchise’?

Mortal Engines isn’t the type of film that should be in that list either because it was conceived with the intention of becoming a franchise. I’m not sure if Avatar and Edge of Tomorrow were intended to be Franchise movies...

OK Fury Road can go. Alita should go too to be fair.

Shazam is DCEU.

2009 - Avatar
2010 - The Hole, Cave Of Forgotten Dreams
2011 - Hugo, Pina, TT3D
2012 - Life of Pi
2013 - The Great Gatsby, Gravity, T.S. Spivet
2014 - Goodbye to Language, Edge Of Tomorrow, Exodus
2015 - Everest, The Walk, The Martian, In the heart of the sea
2016 - Billy Lynn
2017 - nothing
2018 - Ready Player One, Alpha, They Shall Not Grow Old
2019 - Gemini Man.

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Sorry, yes you’re right. I know in my head the type of movies that I was trying to include but coming up with rules to help define those types of movies to others isn’t so straight-forward. It’s probably more about the target demographics and quality of the film-making. Great Gatsby should be in that list but I can’t think of the rules to include it. Maybe just ‘Hollywood, live-action, non-franchise’?

Mortal Engines isn’t the type of film that should be in that list either because it was conceived with the intention of becoming a franchise. I’m not sure if Avatar and Edge of Tomorrow were intended to be Franchise movies...

OK Fury Road can go. Alita should go too to be fair.

Shazam is DCEU.

2009 - Avatar
2010 - The Hole, Cave Of Forgotten Dreams
2011 - Hugo, Pina, TT3D
2012 - Life of Pi
2013 - The Great Gatsby, Gravity, T.S. Spivet
2014 - Goodbye to Language, Edge Of Tomorrow, Exodus
2015 - Everest, The Walk, The Martian, In the heart of the sea
2016 - Billy Lynn
2017 - nothing
2018 - Ready Player One, Alpha, They Shall Not Grow Old
2019 - Gemini Man.
Incorrect. The Great Gatsby is a remake (aka reboot).
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Incorrect. The Great Gatsby is a remake (aka reboot).
Sorry, I think you’re misunderstanding. I’m asking you to help me change the rules to convey the type of movie I’m talking about.

I’m suggesting “Hollywood, Live Action, (conceived as) non-franchise”. That would include Great Gatsby (remake does not equal franchise). I’d suggest something like the Jungle Book and Lion King are part of a Disney Live Action remake franchise?! Stretching it I know! But they shouldn’t be included. Neither should trash like the Conan Barbarian and Ben-Hur and Pompeii. As I say, it’s probably more about target audience and quality than anything else. Can you help?

The biggest inconsistency with my suggestion is possibly the Hollywood part. TT3D, Pina, Cave I’d Forgotten Dreams and Goodbye to Language aren’t Hollywood productions? If we get rid of the Hollywood part what then gets added?

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https://www.playmobil-derfilm.de/

Plamobil 3D is in theatres this month. The German website still has 3D listed on the main page. The director worked on Frozen, Tangled and Bolt.
Did this open at all in Europe ? It got pushed back in the US.
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Sorry, I think you’re misunderstanding. I’m asking you to help me change the rules to convey the type of movie I’m talking about.

I’m suggesting “Hollywood, Live Action, (conceived as) non-franchise”. That would include Great Gatsby (remake does not equal franchise). I’d suggest something like the Jungle Book and Lion King are part of a Disney Live Action remake franchise?! Stretching it I know! But they shouldn’t be included. Neither should trash like the Conan Barbarian and Ben-Hur and Pompeii. As I say, it’s probably more about target audience and quality than anything else. Can you help?

The biggest inconsistency with my suggestion is possibly the Hollywood part. TT3D, Pina, Cave I’d Forgotten Dreams and Goodbye to Language aren’t Hollywood productions? If we get rid of the Hollywood part what then gets added?
Ah, I see...not sure that this exercise would shed light on any trends given there are so few qualifying movies to choose from in any given year....remember, the smaller the sample size, the less reliable the conclusion. As I recall it appeared that your original post was created to imply that there were fewer and fewer 3D standalone movies. I showed that to be incorrect as of 2019. But with your new parameters it really would be a tiny sample size making it practically useless in determining a trend.

Btw, I don’t agree that a remake of a cartoon into live action/cgi is in and of itself a “franchise” when it is a single movie like lion king or dumbo or Aladdin ...it’s not “stretching it”—it’s plain incorrect interpretation of the term “franchise”.

In any event, good luck in your search but I don’t see the purpose.
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Ah, I see...not sure that this exercise would shed light on any trends given there are so few qualifying movies to choose from in any given year....As I recall it appeared that your original post was created to imply that there were fewer and fewer 3D standalone movies. I showed that to be incorrect as of 2019. But with your new parameters it really would be a tiny sample size making it practically useless in determining a trend.
The original post (in this thread) was summarising what some people were saying in response to a “look, there’s loads of 3D movies” comment. We see it quite often in these forums where people say “and people think 3D is dead. Ha ha ha.”. It’s not about there being a decline, it’s about demonstrating that there isn’t an increase in non-franchise/non-animation.

Basically the 3D movies being released are all the same. We’re not going to get ‘new’ people watching 3D if the movies are all the same. Imagine a yes/no survey question for cinema-goers that is “have you watched one or more 3D films this year”. Now ask yourself whether you think that number is going up or down and what’s required to increase that number. That is pulse of 3D movies.
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The original post (in this thread) was summarising what some people were saying in response to a “look, there’s loads of 3D movies” comment. We see it quite often in these forums where people say “and people think 3D is dead. Ha ha ha.”. It’s not about there being a decline, it’s about demonstrating that there isn’t an increase in non-franchise/non-animation.

Basically the 3D movies being released are all the same. We’re not going to get ‘new’ people watching 3D if the movies are all the same. Imagine a yes/no survey question for cinema-goers that is “have you watched one or more 3D films this year”. Now ask yourself whether you think that number is going up or down and what’s required to increase that number. That is pulse of 3D movies.
Actually the top grossing movies are pretty much all released theatrically in 3D! And when the movies are making over $1BILLION each, I’d say pretty much anyone who likes movies would have seen them leaving very few “new” people to draw.

Whether a movie is a franchise/animated or not is simply an arbitrary qualification that you have added. The reality is that if everyone on earth went to see a franchise or animated movie in 3D, according to your logic it would still not be a good indicator of 3D simply because it was part of a franchise or animated.

Poor logic in my humble opinion but to each their own!
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List by month/day of release:

January:
Wonders of the Sea (Jan. 17th)

February:
The Lego Movie 2 (Feb. 8th)
Alita: Battle Angel (Feb. 14th
How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World (Feb. 22nd)

March:
Captain Marvel (March 8th)
Wonder Park (March 15th)
Dumbo (March 29th)

April:
Missing Link (April 12th)
Shazam (April 15th)
Avengers: End Game (April 26th)

The Queens Corgi ? (July 5th UK)

May:
Pokemon (May 10th)
Aladdin (May 24th)
Minecraft (May 24th) ?
Godzilla: King of the Monsters (May 31st.)

June:
Dark Phoenix (June 7th)
The Secret Life of Pets 2 (June 7th)
Toy Story 4 June 21st.)


July:
Spiderman: Far From Home (July 5th)
Lion King (July 19th)

August:
Angry Birds 2 (Aug. 16th)

September:
Spies In Disguise (Sept. 13th)
Abominable (Sept. 27th)

October:
Gemini Man (Oct. 4th)
The Addams Family (Oct. 18th)

November:
Terminator 6 (Nov. 1st.)
Frozen 2 (Nov. 22nd)
Artemis Fowl (TBD)

December: Star Wars IX (Dec. 20th)
Thanks again for the list.
The bold ones I had a chance to see in 3D theaters. The Marvel films and Alita were the highlights so far for 3D films for me.

I imagine Star Wars 9, Rise of Skywalker 3D will have medium to strong 3D as in Force Awakens, also from JJ Abrams.

I will be surprised if Terminator Dark Fate is in 3D.
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Magic Arch is stereoscopic 3D even though 3D isn't listed on the poster

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