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  • Chicken Little on DVD 3/21

    'Chicken Little' coming home to roost

    Chicken Little is looking for a big impact on DVD when it lands March 21 ($30). The film grossed $133.2 million since arriving in theaters Nov. 6.
    A look inside the computer-generated animation process is among the DVD bonus features, along with three alternate opening scenes, a trivia game and music videos by Barenaked Ladies (One Little Slip) and the Cheetah Girls (Shake Your Tail Feather).
    Prominent in the behind-the-scenes footage are director Mark Dindal (The Emperor's New Groove) and the stars who provided voices for the computer-generated characters, such as Zach Braff, Garry Marshall, Joan Cusack and Steve Zahn.
    "If you don't know how to draw, you don't belong in this building" - John Lasseter 2006

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    Re: Chicken Little on DVD 3/21

    *sigh* How do I love Zach Braff?
    "Somebody need me too much; somebody know me too well. Somebody pull me up short, and put me through hell, and give me support for being alive. Make me alive. Make me alive! Make me confused; mock me with praise. Let me be used. Vary my days. But alone is alone, not alive. Somebody crowd me with love, somebody force me to care. Somebody let me come through, I'll always be there as frightened as you, to help us survive being alive."
    --"Being Alive"
    Company Stephen
    Sondheim

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      Re: Chicken Little on DVD 3/21

      I wish more animated movies would include more footage of the voice actors voicing the films. I love that.

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        Re: Chicken Little on DVD 3/21

        Will the DVD have a 3-D version?

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          Re: Chicken Little on DVD 3/21

          Most likely no.

          I have an autostereoscopic screen and some glasses for such a purpose as that, too!
          -Tim

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            Re: Chicken Little on DVD 3/21

            I have a feeling the film will do pretty well in DVD sales. It wasn't the most popular computer animated movie ever, but I still think there was an interest in the movie from the public... Not enough interest to see it in theaters, but enough to buy the DVD.

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              Re: Chicken Little on DVD 3/21

              Originally posted by Disneylandrocks55
              I have a feeling the film will do pretty well in DVD sales. It wasn't the most popular computer animated movie ever, but I still think there was an interest in the movie from the public... Not enough interest to see it in theaters, but enough to buy the DVD.
              There's plenty of films released this past year that would have loved to have had this kind of "lack of" interest at the box office,
              Domestic: $133,270,228 53.5%
              + Overseas: $115,643,000 46.5% = Worldwide: $248,913,228

              the home entertainment division will do very well!
              "If you don't know how to draw, you don't belong in this building" - John Lasseter 2006

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                Originally posted by FrumiousBoojum
                Most likely no.

                I have an autostereoscopic screen and some glasses for such a purpose as that, too!
                Yes and quite often the programming doesn't work with the basic polorized lenses and sometimes needs the red/blue ones instead. So just we might have them doesn't have them dosen't quite mean they will work.


                But I am excited to see what they put on this dvd as far as extras and especially a commentary! A commentary could be interesting with all of the references to other films, etc. in Chicken Little.

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