Pixar Debuts ‘Finding Nemo 3D’ Teaser Trailer

'Finding Nemo 3D'Moviegoers who go to see Beauty and the Beast 3D in theaters beginning this Friday are in for a treat in addition to the Tangled Ever After short — the teaser trailer for Finding Nemo 3D which swims into theaters on September 14, 2012.

The teaser trailer will give viewers their first look at what the world of Nemo and friends will look like in 3D, but for those that can’t wait, Disney/Pixar has posted the teaser video on its YouTube channel.

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Video: ‘Finding Nemo 3D’ Gets Updated for Theatrical Release

Steven Spielberg did it. George Lucas did it. And now it appears that Pixar’s own Andrew Stanton is the next to go back and edit a film that had been previously released. As introduced recently on Ellen Degeneres’ talk show, Finding Nemo 3D, which will swim into theaters on September 14, takes synergy to a whole nother level. Whereas Apple is notorious for using Pixar film clips in advertising its products, Pixar has now taken to turning the tables and well.. you’ll see.

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First Look: eFX Inc.’s Four-Foot Replica of Capt. Nemo’s Mysterious Nautilus from the Classic Disney Film 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea

4-Foot Nautilus Replica from eFX Collectibles

4-Foot Nautilus Replica In-Production Model from eFX

BURBANK, Calif. — (July 10, 2009) -– eFX Inc. will explore the mysteries of the deep, and of Walt Disney’s haunting interpretation of Capt. Nemo’s Nautilus, when it unveils its highly accurate, detailed collectible model of this iconic submarine from Disney’s renowned adaptation of Jules Verne’s epic 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.

The Nautilus is among the upcoming limited-edition collectibles from eFX that will preview at San Diego Comic-Con this July, and at the first-ever D23 Expo, Sept. 10-13 at the Anaheim Convention Center. Pre-orders are expected to be taken shortly after the D23 Expo, and the Nautilus is expected to ship in early 2010.

At an incredible four feet long, the approximately 1/45th scale Nautilus from eFX will offer extraordinary details, including internal and external lighting and re-creations of both the lush salon and the all-important wheelhouse, providing collectors with the opportunity to peer into the inner sanctum of this enormous underwater vessel.

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