With school set to begin in a short amount of time Disney is cranking up its fall movie and home video releases. Highlighting the media giant's plans is the re-release of the animated classic The Lion King.
Starting on September 16 the film will run for a limited two-week period in theaters, and on October 4, Disney Home Video will release a four-disc Combo Pack package of the movie that includes a 3D version.
The New Orleans Movie Examiner says that as part of the re-release of the movie Disney has reworked to movie to take advantage of 3D technologies, and it's released some advanced details of the work it has done to convert the movie to 3D. According to the website, Disney has added image layers and depth details that provide the visual elements necessary for a 3D movie.
In an advance screening for Disney/Pixar's Cars2, the website says the studio previewed the re-released film and it says the problems that plague some 3D films such as brightness and clarity were not an issue for