“The Lion King,” Walt Disney Co.’s 3-D re-release of its 1994 animated hit, opened as the top film in U.S. and Canadian theaters with $30.2 million in ticket sales.
Walt Disney Co., which generated more than $79 million in U.S. theaters after converting “The Lion King” to 3-D, will re-release four other animated features in the format.
“The Lion King,” Walt Disney Co.’s 3-D re-release of its 1994 animated hit, was the top film in U.S. and Canadian theaters for a second weekend with $21.9 million in ticket sales.
Hollywood’s search to find a winning formula for 3-D technology has returned to an enduring theme after some high-profile flops: start with the right movie.
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