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  1. Dolby Reveals Theaters Set to Install New Immersive Sound Format Atmos

    9:57 am 6/6/2012

    In addition to Hollywood's Dolby Theatre, AMC complexes in Burbank and Sherman Oaks will be among the sites to offer the immerseive sound format.Read more

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  2. Pixar's 'Brave' to Have European Premiere at Sicily's Taormina Fest

    12:04 pm 6/5/2012

    The 58-year-old festival is getting back on track after big budget cutbacks, continuing its roll as a launching pad for blockbusters aiming for a young audience.Read more

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  3. Jeffrey Katzenberg to Present 'Rise of the Guardians' Sneak Peek at CineEurope

    12:38 pm 5/31/2012

    New indie screening section of Euro cinema trade show to feature Lionsgate's "Step Up: Revolution in 3D" and Cannes winner "Amour."Read more

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  4. Pixar’s 'Brave' Honors Steve Jobs

    5:40 pm 5/25/2012

    The animated feature’s closing credits refer to the studio’s late CEO as a mentor and a friend.Read more

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  5. Pixar's 'Brave,' Universal's 'Savages' to Screen at CineEurope

    8:39 am 5/25/2012

    The European distributors trade show moves from Amsterdam to Barcelona this year.Read more

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  6. Disney/Pixar 'Brave' Premiere To Mark Grand Opening Of The Dolby Theatre

    10:04 am 5/18/2012

    Premiere will use Dolby 3D. A test mix of "Brave" in Dolby's new Atmos sound format will be created, though it is unconfirmed if it will be ready for the opening.Read more

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  7. Despite 'John Carter,' Disney Beats Quarterly Earnings Expectations

    1:26 pm 5/8/2012

    The film studio loses money and sees revenue decline, but other segments make up the difference and the stock trades higher after the closing bell.Read more

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  8. CinemaCon 2012: Pixar's 'Brave' to Test Dolby's New Atmos Format

    7:09 pm 4/24/2012

    The Disney release will be mixed in Dolby’s new sound system as a test, which will be installed in as many as 15 theaters.Read more

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  9. 'John Carter' Will Cost Disney $200 Million in Operating Losses

    1:39 pm 3/19/2012

    As a result of the catastrophic performance of the Mars-set action film, the studio should lose as much as $120 million in the quarter.Read more

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