3D isn't dead, but it has plateaued and is going to be stuck at about this level until the technology improves.
Production on the next “Avatar” pictures will take priority over James Cameron’s return to the ocean depths on his Deepsea Challenger submsersible, the helmer told Variety. Cameron kicked off the…
Complaints about dim 3D projection and worries about how to "save 3D" are finally prompting action -- from one studio, anyway.
This vapid street-dance soap opera boasts the series' flashiest moves and klutziest script yet.
If the 3D "Avatar" is not enough, how about 4D?
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