Paul W.S. Anderson's 3D version of The Three Musketeers will be distributed by Summit in Summer 2011.
The project boasts an impressive ensemble. Ray Stevenson, Luke Evans and Matthew Macfadyen will play the titular roles. Meanwhile, Oscar winner Christoph Waltz and Mads Mikkelsen will play the villains. Milla Jovovich will also boast a supporting role.
Summit will also release Drive Angry in 3D on February 11, 2011.
Nominees in the major categories:
Avatar "Theatrical Trailer", 20th Century Fox, Wild Card; Gamer "Trailer 1A", Lionsgate, Seismic Productions; Iron Man 2: "Mr. Stark", Paramount Pictures, Create Advertising Group; Sherlock Holmes, Warner Bros., Mojo
Alice in Wonderland: "Return", Walt Disney Pictures, Create Advertising Group & Trailer Park; How to Train Your Dragon "Prepare" (Trailer #3), Paramount Pictures, Aspect Ratio; The Karate Kid: "Trailer 2", Columbia Pictures, Vibe Creative, Inc.
Shrek Forever After "Best Ever" (Trailer #2), Paramount Pictures, Aspect Ratio
Get Him to the Greek "Trailer 4: The Job/Red", Universal, Workshop Creative; Hot Tub Time Machine "Guys Weekend", MGM/UA, Ignition Creative; I Can Do Bad All by Myself "Trailer 1A", Lionsgate, Seismic Productions; Youth in Revolt, The Weinstein Company, Motive
Art of the Steal, IFC Films, Mark Woollen & Associates; The Cove, Roadside Attractions/Lionsgate, AV Squad; The September Issue "Icon Trailer", Roadside Attractions, Trailer Park; This Is It "Inspire", Sony Pictures Entertainment, Create Advertising Group
Brothers "Moving On/U2", Lionsgate, Seismic Productions; Crazy Heart, Fox Searchlight, Motive; The Messenger, Oscilloscope Pictures, Mark Woollen & Associates; Precious: Based on the Novel "Push" by Sapphire, Lionsgate, Mojo
Antichrist, IFC Films, Kinetic Trailers; The Crazies "Changing", Overture Films/Participant Media, Buddha Jones; The Fourth Kind "The Truth", Universal, The Cimarron Group; A Nightmare on Elm Street "Wake Up/Clash (Trailer 4)", Warner Bros., Aspect Ratio
Away We Go "Trailer 2", Focus Features, Mark Woollen & Associates; The Good Heart "Greenband Theatrical", Magnolia Pictures, Kinetic Trailers; Harry Brown, Samuel Goldwyn Films/DP, Alkemi Entertainment; A Serious Man "Trailer 3", Focus Features, Mark Woollen & Associates
Crazy Heart, Fox Searchlight, Motive; Greenberg "Trailer 1", Focus Features, Mark Woollen & Associates; It Might Get Loud "Three Icons", Sony Pictures Classics, The Grossmyth Company; This Is It "Domestic Trailer 1", Sony Pictures Entertainment, Create Advertising Group
Bright Star, Pathe, Mojo; New York I Love You, Vivendi Entertainment, Mark Woollen & Associates; The Time Traveler's Wife, New Line Cinema, Mojo; The Young Victoria, Apparition/GK Films, Mojo
District 9 "Domestic Trailer - Warning", Sony Pictures Entertainment, Create Advertising Group; Gamer "Trailer 1A", Lionsgate, Seismic Productions; Salt "Salt Trailer #2", Sony Pictures Entertainment, Vibe Creative, Inc.; Shutter Island "Domestic Trailer", Paramount Pictures, Ignition Creative
All About Steve "Trailer A", 20th Century Fox, The Refinery; Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans, First Look Studios, Mob Scene; Cop Out "Tradition", Warner Bros., Create Advertising Group; The Invention of Lying, Universal, Empire Design
Most Original Trailer
Cemetery Junction "Teaser", Sony Pictures Entertainment, Empire Design; The Limits of Control, Focus Features, Big Science Film; MicMacs "Boom", Sony Pictures Classics, The Grossmyth Company; A Serious Man "Trailer 3", Focus Features, Mark Woollen & Associates
Summer 2010 Blockbuster Trailer
The A-Team "Payback", 20th Century Fox, mOcean; Inception "City", Warner Bros., BLT AV; Knight and Day, 20th Century Fox, Wild Card; Toy Story 3 "New Story", Disney/Pixar, CMP
Bitch Slap "Bitch Slapped", Bombshell Pictures, Acme Trailer Company; Human Centipede, IFC Films, Kinetic Trailers; The Last Resort, Lionsgate, Hungry Monster; Entertainment Train, Lionsgate, Lionsgate
Read the full list of nominees here.
Los Angeles, CA -- Prime Focus, the global visual entertainment services group, today announced a significant capital investment and expansion of its global Stereoscopic 3D (S3D) pipeline.
Finishing touches are underway at the company's new 65,000 square foot world headquarters in Mumbai, which will house seven S3D theaters and over 600 artist seats, along with a complete slate of visual effects, post and production services.
At its Hollywood studio, efforts will be re-focused exclusively on delivering S3D creative services including 2D-to-3D conversions and S3D editorial & visual effects for entertainment clients in film, television, advertising, and mobile content. To support this expansion, Prime Focus is building out 200 new artist seats, and has upgraded much of its pre-existing post infrastructure (DI suites, Telecine Bays, and Theatres) into S3D-enabled spaces supporting both RealD and Dolby stereo projection. In addition, plans are in progress to build a new 45-seat stereo-enabled screening room.
The Hollywood studio has also hired notable stereoscopic supervisor Jeremy Nicolaides, whose credits include "Alice in Wonderland," "Arabia 3D," "G-Force 3D," "Journey to the Center of the Earth 3D," "U2 3D" and more. Additionally, Prime Focus producer Bridgitte Krupke has been appointed Executive Producer, and Chris Del Conte as Senior Producer, both overseeing 2D-to-3D conversion projects.
At Prime Focus London, a 2D-to-3D conversion pipeline has recently been installed, and the company plans to expand into a new space to accommodate an additional 200 visual effects artists.
All of Prime Focus' 16 international locations are connected over its Global Digital PipelineTM. At its heart is CLEARTM, the company's proprietary Content Lifecycle Management platform that acts as a collaborative digital workspace where media assets can be archived, accessed, managed and ultimately distributed.
"All of these efforts are in response to the growing demand from our clients who are clamoring for high-quality S3D content," said Namit Malhotra, Global CEO and Founder, Prime Focus. "Our global expansion will give us the capacity to support many more projects simultaneously."
Universal is reporting that Robin Hood's international gross on its first day of release is $6 million. That comes from openings in France, Belgium and Switzerland and previews in 10 other markets including UK, Germany, Italy and Russia. The period pic is already playing at approximately 3,800 locations. On Friday, the film opens in 56 territories for a location count of 6,930. Only China, Japan and few other smaller markets have to wait until June to see Russell Crowe take on the iconic role.
BoxOffice.com is currently predicting a $36 million domestic opening weekend.