Disney To Release At Last 15 Blu-ray 3D Format For The Home

The Walt Disney Studios unveils stellar 2011 Blu-ray 3D release slate and Walt Disney Studios is leader in 3D filmed entertainment, to offer at least 15 films on growing Blu-ray 3D for the home.This release include TRON: LEGACY and TANGLED Lead Day-and-Date,THE LION KING and BEAUTY AND THE BEAST…..

Continuing its leadership in the advancement of 3D entertainment and marking the most significant title commitment to the growing Blu-ray 3DTM market.The Walt Disney Studios announced plans to release at least 15 of its films for in-home viewing on Blu- ray 3D in 2011.Among the stellar list of films to debut on 3D include beloved and celebrated animated classics THE LION KING and BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, recent theatrical releases including the visually stunning high tech adventure TRON: LEGACY and acclaimed box-office smash hit TANGLED, plus many others to be announced that will release day-and-date and packaged with the Blu-ray 2DTM version.

Also included among the titles slated for release in 2011 are BOLT, MEET THE ROBINSONS, TIM BURTON’S THE NIGHTMARE BEFORE CHRISTMAS, G-FORCE and CHICKEN LITTLE. These titles will join Walt Disney Studios‟ recent 2010 Blu-ray 3D releases ALICE IN WONDERLAND, DISNEY’S A CHRISTMAS CAROL and STEP UP 3, bringing Disney‟s list of available Blu-ray 3D titles for the home to nearly 20 in all.In addition to the film being in 3D, each disc will include thematically linked 3D menus, 3D previews of coming-attractions trailers and an introduction to the eye-popping world of Disney Blu-ray 3D featuring beloved characters Timon and Pumbaa from THE LION KING.

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    WOW. The Walt Disney Studios announced plans to release at least 15 of its films for in-home viewing on Blu- ray 3D in 2011.

  2. Ed Hands

    3D has shown to have very little consumer interest. In December 2010 (prime TV buying season in the U.S.) many manufactured dropped their prices up to 50% just to get them to move off the shelves. Why in the world is Disney wasting time and money making and marketing these products that consumers have pretty clearly said they don’t want?

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