Jennifer Lopez 3D Concert Movie Announced
After Kylie Minogue, Justin Bieber, and Katy Perry, it is Jennifer Lopez' turn to held the title role in a 3D stereoscopic musical production called "Dance Again" expected to be released beginning of 2013.
FIRE 3D Features Crazy Horse Dancers
After having received a number of “Guest Creatures” on its mythical stage, Dita Von Teese and Arielle Dombasle among others, it is Christian Louboutin’s turn to take over Le Crazy Horse. Not only the famous creator of the red sole revisited the Crazy show, which he considers to be “a dream-like idea of the celebration of Women for Women”, but he also decided to produce the Crazy Horse 3D movie called "FEU" (Fire).
"Feu" is a series of 12 live acts at Paris' iconic "Crazy Horse" club. The 80 minutes movie is directed by Bruno Hullin and was shot on the Crazy Horse stage, with 3D effects added during post production like sequins, water, flames and smoke reinforcing the immersion. David Lynch composed a musical piece for the show, as did Natacha Atlas. The "Feu" promoreel was presented at the Cannes festival 2012 by the Mk2 International agency.
"Madam Butterfly 3D" Shown Aboard Queen Mary 2
Where is the nearest 3D theater when you are in the middle of the atlantic ocean? Maybe on the Queen Mary 2!
As part of its worldwide release schedule, Cunard Line is proud to announce the first shipboard screenings of the 3D feature film, "Madam Butterfly 3D," in association with the Royal Opera House and RealD, the world's most widely used digital 3D projection technology. Captured during live performances at London's internationally renowned Royal Opera House, "Madam Butterfly 3D" will be shown aboard Cunard's flagship, Queen Mary 2, beginning July 6, 2012, the only ship currently scheduled to present the film. The film opened earlier this year in the United Kingdom to much popular and critical acclaim and is being released worldwide in almost 40 other countries through the fall of 2012.
3D Musicals not Just for the Kids
What Justin Bieber, Michael Jackson and Katy Perry have in common?
With ticket-price inflation, 3-D premiums and the unstoppable killing machines that are studios' integrated promotional apparatuses, Justin Bieber, "Glee," Miley Cyrus and the Jonas Brothers have all recently bopped their way to the top. Bieber's "Never Say Never" stands as the all-time top grosser domestically with $73 million; Michael Jackson's posthumous "This Is It" easily beat it worldwide with a thrilling $261 million. Katy Perry, haunter of many a teenage dream, releases her first 3-D concert movie/documentary, "Part of Me," on July 5, 2012...
Then Neil Young stars in the hybrid road movie/concert flick "Neil Young Journeys" on July 6, 2012.
Why such a success for 3D musicals?
It may seem surprising that the genre is thriving when the formula hasn't changed much - live performances intercut with backstage footage, interviews, lots of adoring-fan shots - and the music industry continues to founder in the digital tide. Than answer could be partly economic. With the top 10 current music tours coming with an average ticket price of $60, even premium 3-D movie tickets are only a quarter of the price.
The Scorpions Live Concert on Blu-ray 3D
The ‘Get Your Sting & Blackout – Live in 3D’ Blu-ray 3D features The Scopions’s April 15, 2011 concert in Saarbrücken (Germany). But this is not just another audiovisual document of a live concert. State fo the art stereoscopy3D technology was used, with 11 cameras, 5.1 Surround and stereo sound fully capturing the Scorps’ onstage energy!