When attendees to Comic-Con International 2009 watch 3D movies, they’ll be watching it in Dolby 3D. Dolby Labs announced today that the trade show picked its solution, for presentations on one 55-foot main screen and three 25-foot screens distributed throughout the hall.
In addition to 20th Century Fox, 3D content from Columbia Pictures, Sony Pictures Animation, New Line Cinema, Walt Disney Pictures, Disneyâ€¢Pixar, and Walt Disney Animation Studios will be seen in Dolby 3D by over 10,000 Comic-Con attendees throughout the two days.
Scheduled screenings in Dolby 3D include the much anticipated presentation of Avatar with director James Cameron in attendance.
Other 3D screenings include Walt Disney Pictures’ previously unseen Disney Digital 3D footage from its upcoming movie releases, including A Christmas Carol, Alice in Wonderland, and Tron;Â Columbia Pictures and Sony Pictures Animation’s first look at Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, followed byÂ director Joe Danteâ€™s 3D thriller The Hole. In addition, a sneak peek of New Line Cinema’s 3D thrill-ride horror film The Final Destination will be shown.
Also to be shown will beÂ previously unseen footage from Disney’s upcoming animated slate, including Toy Story and Toy Story 2 (double feature), Beauty and the Beast, Toy Story 3, Prep and Landing, The Princess and the Frog, and Ponyo.
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