Interesting News About Disney's "Treasure Planet"

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  1. Peter Kline

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    Hmmm... I hope Clements and Musker had IMAX in mind when making it. Beauty And The Beast looked slightly off on the giant screen, as did Fantasia 2000 in 35mm.
     
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    This is the first Disney film to be made with IMAX in mind. Fantasia 2000 was not.
     
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    Huh. I knew F2K started life out as a 35mm film, but was under the impression that at least part was composed for IMAX. The flying whales, for instance, seemed like something that would work much better on the giant screen than they did in the 35mm theater where I saw it.
     
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    Disney is really using IMAX alot. Do they plan on buying them over?

    I am not sure if this was mentioned but are all of the re-releases in the coming years going to IMAX first and then DVD? I just saw a trailer for Lion King on IMAX and was wondering if that was their plan.
     
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