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Disney's Dinosaur 3D anytime soon?

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#1 of 3 OFFLINE   EdReedFan20


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Posted June 14 2013 - 03:03 PM

 Has there been any talk of Disney's Dinosaur being released on Blu-Ray 3D? I'm wondering because the opening sequence alone (especially the flying part) would warrant a 3D conversion. And wasn't the original Blu-Ray release nothing special? The movie itself is just alright, but that opening sequence was incredible... ...then the dinosaurs had to go and talk.

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Posted June 14 2013 - 03:10 PM

Which is one reason that's a pretty solid "no".

Even though it's been put back into the canon for marketing's sake, it's not suddenly considered a "classic" at the studio just because it came back out on disk. 


The only reason it got a Big Blu-ray Release back at the beginning was in the days when the industry literally didn't know what movies to put on Blu-ray, and didn't even know whether traditional animation would work in high definition--So we got just about every single CGI movie converted to Blu as the first family-title tentpoles until braver souls could figure it out. 

The same could be said for Chicken Little as well, but that one was already in 3D.

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Posted October 23 2013 - 01:18 PM

:thumbs-up-smiley: Whut he said.

"My opinion is that (a) anyone who actually works in a video store and does not understand letterboxing has given up on life, and (b) any customer who prefers to have the sides of a movie hacked off should not be licensed to operate a video player."-- Roger Ebert

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