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“Deep Sea 3D” Sequel In The Works

Warner Bros. Pictures and IMAX announced that they are working on a sequel to Deep Sea 3D for a 2009 release.

Deep Sea-quel, the working title, will be made by the same team that was behind Deep Sea 3D, which has grossed more than $40M since its debut last March.

“The strong results from ‘Into The Deep’ and ‘Deep Sea 3D’ serve as a testament that this is a subject matter that plays beautifully on IMAX screens, and has time-tested appeal to moviegoers worldwide,” said Dan Fellman, president, domestic distribution, Warner Bros. Pictures. “We look forward to working with Howard and Michele Hall once again, to transport audiences to some of the most amazing undersea locations in the world.”

“The strong results from ‘Into The Deep’ and ‘Deep Sea 3D’ serve as a testament that this is a subject matter that plays beautifully on IMAX screens, and has time-tested appeal to moviegoers worldwide,” said Dan Fellman, president, domestic distribution, Warner Bros. Pictures. “We look forward to working with Howard and Michele Hall once again, to transport audiences to some of the most amazing undersea locations in the world.”

“IMAX has a long history of transporting people to places that they normally can’t get to and we are excited to continue the tradition with this next exciting project from the talented team behind ‘Deep Sea 3D,'” said Greg Foster, IMAX’s Chairman and President, Filmed Entertainment. “Through the exceptional vision of Howard and Michele Hall, Toni Myers and the rest of this award winning-filmmaking team, the picture is going to take viewers on an inspiring, entertaining and educational underwater adventure that will provide new insight into the effects of global warming.”

Sources: IMAX and Warner Bros. Pictures