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  • Technicolor sets first film-3D deployment
    Tuesday March 02nd 2010

    Technicolor said Monday that it has made its first sale of film-3D equipment, with Mid-Atlantic regional exhibitor Bow Tie Cinemas set to outfit 25 of its 150 screens with the systems. Film-based 3D allows exhibitors to install 3D adapters on conventional 35mm projectors. A separate conversion from conventional movie screens to so-called silver screens still is required, just as with some digital-3D systems.

  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 02/26/10 to 02/28/10
    Monday March 01st 2010

    FilmTotalShutter Island, Par.$22,665,205Cop Out, WB$18,211,126The Crazies, Over.$16,067,552Avatar, Fox$13,655,274Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightning Thief, Fox$9,583,421Valentine’s Day, WB$9,063,036Dear John, SGem$4,808,498The Wolfman, Uni.$4,259,865Tooth Fairy, Fox$3,425,333Crazy Heart, FoxS$2,462,384

  • CAN/USA Men’s Hockey is most-watched sports program in Canadian history
    Monday March 01st 2010

    Last night’s CAN/USA Men’s Hockey game delivered winning ratings for Canada’s Olympic Broadcast Media Consortium with an average audience of 10.6 million viewers. Peaking at 13 million viewers, the game was watched in part by nearly two in three Canadians, or 21.5 million viewers (64.3% of the Canadian population).

  • ‘Hurt Locker’ producer apologizes for e-mails
    Monday March 01st 2010

    The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is considering action against a producer of “The Hurt Locker” who sent multiple e-mails urging academy members to vote for his movie in the Oscar best-picture race and “not a $500 million film” — an obvious reference to close-competitor “Avatar.” The e-mails[…]

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Archives for: March 20105
  • Technicolor sets first film-3D deployment
    Tuesday March 02nd 2010

    Technicolor said Monday that it has made its first sale of film-3D equipment, with Mid-Atlantic regional exhibitor Bow Tie Cinemas set to outfit 25 of its 150 screens with the systems. Film-based 3D allows exhibitors to install 3D adapters on conventional 35mm projectors. A separate conversion from conventional movie screens to so-called silver screens still is required, just as with some digital-3D systems.

  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 02/26/10 to 02/28/10
    Monday March 01st 2010

    FilmTotalShutter Island, Par.$22,665,205Cop Out, WB$18,211,126The Crazies, Over.$16,067,552Avatar, Fox$13,655,274Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightning Thief, Fox$9,583,421Valentine’s Day, WB$9,063,036Dear John, SGem$4,808,498The Wolfman, Uni.$4,259,865Tooth Fairy, Fox$3,425,333Crazy Heart, FoxS$2,462,384

  • CAN/USA Men’s Hockey is most-watched sports program in Canadian history
    Monday March 01st 2010

    Last night’s CAN/USA Men’s Hockey game delivered winning ratings for Canada’s Olympic Broadcast Media Consortium with an average audience of 10.6 million viewers. Peaking at 13 million viewers, the game was watched in part by nearly two in three Canadians, or 21.5 million viewers (64.3% of the Canadian population).

  • ‘Hurt Locker’ producer apologizes for e-mails
    Monday March 01st 2010

    The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is considering action against a producer of “The Hurt Locker” who sent multiple e-mails urging academy members to vote for his movie in the Oscar best-picture race and “not a $500 million film” — an obvious reference to close-competitor “Avatar.” The e-mails[…]

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Archives for: March 20105
  • Technicolor sets first film-3D deployment
    Tuesday March 02nd 2010

    Technicolor said Monday that it has made its first sale of film-3D equipment, with Mid-Atlantic regional exhibitor Bow Tie Cinemas set to outfit 25 of its 150 screens with the systems. Film-based 3D allows exhibitors to install 3D adapters on conventional 35mm projectors. A separate conversion from conventional movie screens to so-called silver screens still is required, just as with some digital-3D systems.

  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 02/26/10 to 02/28/10
    Monday March 01st 2010

    FilmTotalShutter Island, Par.$22,665,205Cop Out, WB$18,211,126The Crazies, Over.$16,067,552Avatar, Fox$13,655,274Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightning Thief, Fox$9,583,421Valentine’s Day, WB$9,063,036Dear John, SGem$4,808,498The Wolfman, Uni.$4,259,865Tooth Fairy, Fox$3,425,333Crazy Heart, FoxS$2,462,384

  • CAN/USA Men’s Hockey is most-watched sports program in Canadian history
    Monday March 01st 2010

    Last night’s CAN/USA Men’s Hockey game delivered winning ratings for Canada’s Olympic Broadcast Media Consortium with an average audience of 10.6 million viewers. Peaking at 13 million viewers, the game was watched in part by nearly two in three Canadians, or 21.5 million viewers (64.3% of the Canadian population).

  • ‘Hurt Locker’ producer apologizes for e-mails
    Monday March 01st 2010

    The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is considering action against a producer of “The Hurt Locker” who sent multiple e-mails urging academy members to vote for his movie in the Oscar best-picture race and “not a $500 million film” — an obvious reference to close-competitor “Avatar.” The e-mails[…]

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