In its U.S. debut, the Chinese animated film grossed more per theater than any film playing on five or more screens.
“Ne Zha” is the only foreign animated movie that has ever opened in North America with over $500 million already in the bank.
“It’s kind of like the ultimate [visual effects] project,” says “Voyage of Time” vfx supervisor Dan Glass,
Last week DreamWorks revealed the first renderings of the Dream Center, a 40-acre, $2.4 billion development in Shanghai, China. Scheduled to open in 2017 (or early-2018), the site will house the Oriental DreamWorks production studio, which is currently working on “Kung Fu Panda 3,” as well as the world’s largest IMAX screen, eight outdoor plazas, hotels, restaurants, theaters, galleries, and tourist attractions.
Cartoon Brew readers might have seen this coming a mile away, but not Wall Street. The business world is finally realizing that 3-D may …