Despite being forced to face theatre owners in the wake of Rich Ross’ exit last week, Disney pulled out their usual showmanship and unveiled a slate of high profile movies without missing a beat during their two and a half hour CinemaCon presentation on Tuesday. In fact the whole thing was similar to what the studio did in August at D23 in Anaheim. The only thing missing from that was host Ross.
Universal Pictures unveiled the first footage to be seen of the “Fifty Shades of Grey” movie at CinemaCon, the annual meeting of theatrical studios and exhibitors. Read Post
The 10 minutes of The Hobbit footage unveiled during Warner Bros’ slate presentation at CinemaCon today might have garnered the least-enthusiastic response among attendees of the studio’s summer slate presentation for exhibitors. Th... Read Post
Wednesday afternoon it was Sony’s turn at bat to strut their stuff at CinemaCon in a no-frills, slickly produced reel that ran of the gamut of the kind of movies the studio is known for. There were no stars on hand as is a custom f... Read Post