'Beauty & The Beast,' 'Finding Nemo' Hit Theaters in 3D!

'Beauty & The Beast,' 'Finding Nemo' Hit Theaters in 3D!

Imagine going “Under The Sea” with Ariel in 3D…by 2013, you’ll be doing just that!

Since the massive success with The Lion King 3D from Disney, the studio has decided to release not just one more, but four more classic films starting in 2012.

Beauty and The Beast will (finally!) show up in theaters on January 13th, followed by Finding Nemo in September next year.

In 2013, Monsters, Inc, will make its debut on January 18th — a few months before the prequel Monsters University which premieres on June 21, 2013.

Take Dory’s advice, The Little Mermaid will keep swimming and find land on September 13th, 2013.

ARE YOU EXCITED to see the movies back in the big screen?

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6 Comments

#1
Carla @ 4:24 pm on 10/07/2011

Ah I love all these movies :)

#2
amanda leigh @ 10:12 pm on 10/07/2011

What a coincidence. The month “Monster University” airs will be the month I graduate from high school. My childhood will be officially over then!

#3
Krissy @ 10:33 pm on 10/07/2011

Oh disney. -.-
They just had to take classic home videos and turn into something ridiculous like 3D. AS MUCH as that idea sounds to see our favourite movies be brought back to life, it’s better when they aren’t over exposed to fit this generation’s standards. If you think about it, Lion King has always been successful and it doesn’t need to be reformatted to prove that. The same thing goes for all the other Disney movies we remember as a child. Little Mermaid, HutchBack and Notre Dame, Toy Story, Princess and the Pea, Mulan, Cinderella, B&TB and so much more. Personally, I think Disney should wake up and realize people go watch these movies because they love it not the fact it’s in HD or has outstanding modules. If they really want to bring back the “old disney” they should pay attention to what kids want these days and remember being successful isn’t everything – it’s about capturing the real essence of life; the simpler times are the best of times.
Hopefully Disney will take this into consideration and stop wasting their time re-releasing good movies into Blue ray,HD, 3D, 4D, etc. Make movies that are worth watching and have the significance, pride, humour and joy kids love these days.

#4
Krissy @ 10:57 pm on 10/07/2011

Oh Disney. -.-

Honestly, I am not so thrilled to see my favourite movies brought back to life on the big screen. These movies were classics back in the 90′s. Till this day, they are STILL successful minus the fact what format they are in and how much detail has been added. Disney should stop what they are doing and realize they are overexposing movies that brought joy, humour and accomplishment to our childhood. What there doing now is just horrible. The last thing kids should be thinking is how good a movie looks but rather what to learn and how to adapt to what’s been told.

If Disney really wants to continue that legacy and bring back their “old image” they should consider what we have to say, how we feel and what we go through in life. Make movies that are worth watching – the simpler times are the best of times. Re-releasing old time movies into ridiculous formats like 3d, HD, 4D, Blue – Ray won’t do you any justice. Personally I think they are wasting their time on improving their image to fit into today’s generation. They really should focus on the bigger picture and come up with fresh – original ideas that will appeal to everyone and not just kids.

#5
J.K @ 11:24 pm on 11/18/2011

I love what they’re doing by Re releasing these movies in 3D! I grew up in the 90′s but was too small to remember seeing them on the big screen so being able to see them on the big screen and in 3D is amazing. I just wish that they decided to Re release Aladdin as well :(

#6
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