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(2009)

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Jerry Bruckheimer's first 3-D film.
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For the Digital 3D presentation, the film was projected in 1.85:1 aspect ratio, with the original 2.39:1 (Cinemascope) aspect ratio letter-boxed. This allowed objects to move beyond the normal frame boundaries and (in theory) enhance the 3D depth effect.
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In the opening logos for the film, the normal Jerry Bruckheimer Films logo was edited to have the main agent (guinea pig) running up the road and then when the lightning strikes, he says "Whoa, not cool!"
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The "Coke" Ferris wheel shown in the movie is located on the island of Okinawa Japan in a shopping and entertainment district called "American Village".
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Director Hoyt Yeatman's son, Hoyt Yeatman IV, came up with the original idea for the film when he was five years old. Yeatman liked his son's story so much that he brought it to producer Jerry Bruckheimer.
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Harry Gregson-Williams, the film's original composer, dropped out to work on Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time (2010).
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Early promotional material credited Ted Elliott, Terry Rossio and Tim Firth as screenwriters.
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