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A I'll admit up front that I'm an unabashed fan of the movie, a Godzilla throwback with a dazzling sense of scale and the chops and effects to bring its robot/monster menagerie to life...The colossal fight scenes between the robot Jaegers and the
Waugh Chapel Towne Centre in Gambrills, with preview events starting Monday and a Sept. 14 grand opening. Target and Dick's Sporting Goods, which opened this year at the $275 million mixed-use project in western Anne Arundel County the nation's
The amazing thing is that this performance wasn't even helped by the extra cost 3-D movies usually come with...The company won't benefit from the biggest movie of the summer, and the second quarter was much worse than expected...Moviegoers seem to be
Watch stocks you care about The single, easiest way to keep track of all the stocks that matter.....Shares of the company behind supersized screens and enhanced projection systems soared 6% yesterday -- and was trading nearly 6% higher this afternoon
The film has already generated $24 million in box office globally and $14.3 million in six days domestically, more than 10% of the domestic box office. LGF ) The Hunger Games , which came into the year with high hopes, though few would have
RealD, a worldwide growth story ; one that we like very much at Motley Fool Rule Breakers . The long answer is also yes, but it's not as simple as one business being better than the other...RealD licenses its 3-D cinema technology to theater
The past two years have been the best and worst for the 27-year-old pop superstar, who stuck to a ton of professional commitments as her brief marriage to Russell Brand famously disintegrated. In a new cover story for The Hollywood Reporter , the "
Concerns over the cost of subsidizing glasses had become overblown as a summer slate of live-action blockbusters looked to set records and pad profits ...SNE ) The Amazing Spider-Man , a digital feature that takes full advantage of RealD
D Developer Making Big Push In China Hardly a day goes by, it seems, without news of another multimillion-dollar deal between the U.S. movie industry and China. The latest comes from RealD, a principal supplier of 3D technology to movie exhibitors.
Back in 2003, RealD made a big, early bet that theater owners would want the ability to show 3-D features if they didn't have to spend massively in order to accommodate the format. And that, in turn, would draw Hollywood to digitize more blockbusters.