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Open Season 3D Blu-ray Announced

Posted September 17, 2010 04:40 AM by Juan Calonge

Sony PicturesSony Pictures Home Entertainment has announced the 3D Blu-ray edition of the CG animated movie Open Season, which will be available for all to purchase on November 16. Two of the disc's bonus features (Wheel of Fortune: Forest Edition and Voice-a-Rama) have also received a 3D makeover.

Special features include:
  • Commentary with the Filmmakers Behind Open Season for 3D
  • Boog and Elliot's Midnight Bun Run Short
  • Behind the Trees Featurette
  • The Voices Behind the Stars
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Music Video: Deathray, "I Wanna Lose Control"
  • Inside the Animals Studio
  • Wheel of Fortune: Forest Edition (in 3D)
  • Voice-A-Rama in 3D
  • "Swept Away" Scene Deconstruction
  • Ringtales
  • Art Gallery
  • Beat Boards
  • Sneak peeks in 3D:
    • The Smurfs
    • Monster House
    • Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs



Source: Home Media Magazine | Permalink | United States [Country settings]

News comments (10 comments)


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Bk_Tan
  Sep 17, 2010
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First non-3D released movie to be released in 3D? Wonder if they rendered it any good, then again, it's CGI so it should be fine.

fantasiafilmlover
  Sep 17, 2010
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It was a 3D movie although only in IMAX cinemas. The rest had to make do with a 2D version.

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MikaLove
  Sep 17, 2010
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Ohhhh... Ahhh...!

J. Severe
  Sep 17, 2010
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I wonder how a 2D movie looks in 3D? This, I gotta see.
Twile
  Sep 17, 2010
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J. Severe: Probably like a native 3D movie, because it's computer generated. If you really want to know how a 2D movie looks in 3D, any live-action films from this year which weren't Avatar should fulfill that request.

Never saw Open Season, but hey, more 3D movies can only bode well for the format. Even if it is just a tiny bit of well-boding.

fettastic
  Sep 17, 2010
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I saw it in 3D in IMAX. But even if it hadn't been shown in 3D theatrically it would be "real" 3D.

ALL CGI movies can be converted to real 3D easily because they are constructed in a 3D environment. All they do is add a second virtual camera next to the original one and viola. That's how a 3D version of Toy Story and Toy Story 2 was created.
Titanicfave
  Sep 17, 2010
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Nice!! I'm glad to see they're releasing 3D blu-rays unbundled!!
Jimmy Smith
  Sep 17, 2010
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All CG movies are natively 3D by there very nature because they are rendered from 3D computer files. The debate on native 3D or convered 3D is only relevent for live action movies.

Also Open Season was released in IMAX 3D during its initial run

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that1guystudios
  Sep 17, 2010
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Yup. Day one buy for me. Great family flick...previews on Monster House and Cloudy look amazing. I saw this in IMAX 3D back during it's original theatrical run. Was a whole lot of fun! (And to answer the posters above, it was originally made and shown in 3D, but only in select IMAX theaters.)

vveksuvarna
  Sep 18, 2010
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I knew this was coming. I feel glad to have held off on buying this. Now if only they could release Surf's Up as well.

Surf's Up could be a tricky release for 3D, because it was shot using motion captured handheld cameras, meaning the movements of the handheld camera were done in person, and translated to the CGI camera, but none of the character animation is mo-capped.

So it might be difficult for them to setup the 2nd camera, in order to present the 3D depth.

P.S. Surfs Up was not released in any 3D format whatsoever.


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