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Leading the way in the advancement of 3D entertainment and continuing its commitment to the growing Blu-ray 3D™ market, The Walt Disney Studios today announced release plans to add four new titles to its growing in-home Blu-ray 3D line-up.

Among the popular films making their Blu-ray 3D debuts are Bolt, Chicken Little, G-Force and Meet The Robinsons, all releasing on November 8th. The four new Disney Blu-ray 3D releases have been packaged as Disney Blu-ray Combo Packs, satisfying the multitude of viewing habits across the household whether it’s 3D, 2D, Blu-ray, DVD and/or mobile devices.

“In early January, Disney announced an aggressive plan to bring a wide variety of 3D content to consumers’ in-home experiences,” commented Lori MacPherson, Executive Vice President, Global Product Management, The Walt Disney Studios. “These latest Disney Blu-ray 3D releases all deliver the most superior in-home 3D viewing capabilities, and by offering the films in Combo Packs, we are continuing to provide families with exceptional value, quality, and versatility in a single purchase.”

Bolt, Chicken Little, G-Force and Meet The Robinsons, will all join the studios unparalleled catalog of 3D in-home movies which include Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas (releasing August 30, 2011), The Lion King: Diamond Edition (releasing October 4, 2011), Beauty and the Beast (releasing October 4, 2011), Pirates Of The Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (releasing October 18, 2011), Gnomeo & Juliet (released May 24, 2011), TRON: Legacy (released April 5, 2011), Tangled (released March 29, 2011), Tim Burton’s Alice In Wonderland (released December 7, 2010), Step Up 3D (released December 21, 1010), and Disney’s A Christmas Carol (released November 16, 2010).

via Walt Disney Studios

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2 Comments

  1. steviecool
    August 7, 2011 at 11:53 pm — Reply

    I find this movement and comment “growing 3D market” shocking, since everyone I know loathes 3D.

    • August 8, 2011 at 7:36 am — Reply

      I find this movement and comment “growing 3D market” shocking, since everyone I know loathes 3D.

      And yet, it sells.

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