4 January 2013 7:55 AM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Walt Disney Studios has filed an emergency motion in federal court looking to stay a recent ruling by the judge handling the bankruptcy of Digital Domain Media Group. At stake might be Disney's ability to create 3D movies without fear of being sued for patent infringement. Digital Domain was the visual effects studio co-founded by James Cameron in 1993. In September, after declaring bankruptcy, most of the company's assets were sold out of bankruptcy to Galloping Horse America and Reliance MediaWorks for $30.2 million. But parent DDMG still has significant debts and has sought to auction off some

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