Wednesday March 12, 2008 9:19 am
Digital Movie Screens Come to Hollywood
Access Integrated Technologies says it has joined with Disney, 20th Century Fox, and Paramount to convert 10,000 movie screens to digital. AIT figures it will cost up to $700 million and take 3 years to complete the project, which was started in October with the transformation of 3,700 theaters. For an additional $25,000 for extra hard and software, the same screens can be used for 3-D movies, such as the recent Hannah Montana flick. Hollywood knows that they make more money than 2-D, so we guess the amount will pay for itself since we don’t see any bigtime celebs offering to take pay cuts.
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