BEST OF BOTH WORLDS CONCERT” ENGAGEMENT EXTENDED!
Burbank, California, February 4, 2008 --
In response to the overwhelming demand for its 3-D feature version of Walt Disney Pictures’ “Hannah Montana & Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert,” and the film’s record breaking opening weekend (2/1-3) performance as the nation’s #1 film with an astounding three-day tally of $31.1 million.
Disney is extending the length of the film’s theatrical run, it was announced today by Mark Zoradi, president, Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures Group.
The Disney Digital 3-D feature length concert film, which also features a special appearance by the enormously popular Jonas Brothers, will now play extended engagements.
The film bowed in 683 3-D venues on February 1 and established a new industry record not only for Super Bowl weekend but for a Digital 3-D film opening with a per screen average $45,561 and a CinemaScore rating of “A”.
The extra playing time will give more fans a chance to see their favorite performer in an exciting new way that brings the concert experience to life on the big screen. It will also accommodate those fans who want come and enjoy the experience again. Miley is clearly one of today’s most exciting, talented and charismatic performers, and we’re delighted that her fans are having such a great time with this entertaining and innovative 3-D adventure.”
Seven state-of-the-art 3-D digital cameras, provided by Cameron/Pace Designs (and utilizing the same innovative technology being used on James Cameron’s upcoming 3D film, “Avatar”) were used in the making of the film. Mitch Amundsen (“Transformers” and Martin Scorsese’s upcoming documentary, “Shine a Light”) served as director of photography, and Michael Tronick (“Hairspray”) was the editor.
HANNAH MONTANA & MILEY CYRUS: BEST OF BOTH WORLDS CONCERT
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Hannah Montana 2: Meet Miley Cyrus [ENHANCED] [SOUNDTRACK]
• Audio CD (June 26, 2007)
Tweens aren't often heralded for their good judgment and excellent taste (Heelys--hello), but if any young starlet can redeem them, it's Hannah Montana. On this, the second soundtrack from the Disney Channel series, Miley Cyrus takes her cues from her TV alter ego, who has an alter ego of her own. --Tammy La Gorce, Amazon
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