April is usually a slight step down in film quality from March and is the calm before the storm of summer blockbusters. Here is a preview of the wide release films in the first week of April. Be sure to subscribe HelloHollywood's webTV for more film previews for other weeks of April.
Titanic 3-D- Just what James Cameron’s timeless classic needs is more money and to be shown in 3-D. In all seriousness there are probably quite a few scenes that will be magnificent to behold in 3-D, such as the iconic scene on the bow of the ship, the ship filling up with water, and of course the epic sinking of the ship itself. It would also not surprise me if this turned out to be the highest grossing film of the month.
American Reunion- Personally I’ve never been a particularly big fan of the American Pie series. I am not really sure why this film is even being made. Its been 9 years since its predecessor American Wedding, and it doesn’t seem that men in their thirties are going to exactly flock back to see this.
The author Ross Parks is a Marketing Analyst at Metan Development Group.
About Metan Development Group
Metan Development Group (Metan) is a multi-media company focused on delivering Western entertainment content to China, and conversely, producing and exporting high-quality content in China to be sold and distributed internationally. The company’s focus lies particularly with the young urban Chinese audience—the fastest growing consumer market in the world. Metan Development Group provides global brands the opportunity to engage the Chinese consumer on a variety of platforms including television, film, the Internet and digital mobile devices. Aside from the company’s work in exposing China to a world of multi-faceted content, Metan Development Group also leverages its network resources and far-reaching strategic relationships in the US and Europe to drive Chinese culture to more places and more audiences around the world in every possible form and format.
Metan currently has offices in Los Angeles and Beijing, with plans to open a Shanghai office in late 2011.
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