KANSAS CITY, Mo. - All of your favorite fish are back in even greater cinematic glory as the loveable tale of Finding Nemo is resurrected in 3D.
It's the same classic movie as before, just upgraded with some higher quality visuals.
"It's like we've recreated a movie set with actors and everything exactly the same, except now we're filming it in 3D. When before we filmed it in 2D with one camera," said 3D supervisor Bob Whitehill.
Finding Nemo is a movie that should have been released in 3D from the very beginning. This Pixar flick is full of gliding scenes that take audiences on a visual rollercoaster ride.
Audiences who see Finding Nemo 3D, are going to be blown away by how much fun they'll have in theaters.
"It's so colorful and so rich in detail, and now there's a whole other element visually, that really brings it to life and there's just so much depth," said co-director Lee Unkrich.
Just think, you can spend $8 on any one of the bad movies in theaters, like The Words, Premium Rush or Expendables 2 -- or you can take your family to one of the greatest Pixar movies of the last decade.
"Seeing it in 3D, is going to bring audiences into this world in a way they've never seen, and in a way they never could have imagined", said director of 3D production Josh Hollander.
Look for Finding Nemo 3D to restore the recently abysmal box office.
Finding Nemo 3D is rated G.
Runtime: 1 hour and 40 minutes.
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