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July 15, 2008
Journey To The Center Of The Earth Wins On RealD 3D Screens: RealD 3D Brings In 55% Of Estimated $21.02M Weekend

3D Screens over 3.7X Revenue of 2D Screens

[The following is a release from RealD]

   

RealD 3D, the world’s leading 3D experience, brought in 55% of the total box office for Warner Bros. Pictures/New Line Cinema’s Journey to the Center of the Earth, which earned an estimated $21.02M in its opening weekend.

“We are ecstatic with the performance of Journey to the Center of the Earth in 3D. The success of this film is propelling 3D to new heights and RealD has been a great partner and once again proven its power at the box office,” said Dan Fellman, President of Warner Bros. Distribution.

Michael Lewis, CEO RealD said, “This is a fantastic success for our colleagues at Warner Bros. and for our exhibitor partners with RealD 3D theaters. Journey to the Center of the Earth in RealD 3D took in an amazing and unprecedented 3.7 times the revenue of the 2D screens. It’s clear that audiences sought out the premium RealD 3D experience to enjoy this great summer movie. With over 5,500 RealD 3D screens committed to be installed in approximately the next two years, RealD has quickly established itself as a force in contemporary filmmaking and exhibition.”






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