Complaints about dim 3D projection and worries about how to "save 3D" are finally prompting action -- from one studio, anyway.
Indiana officials say they won't fine Paramount Pictures or production crews over an accident during filming of "Transformers 3" that left a woman with brain damage.
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Three-quel reteams Bay with franchise stars Shia LaBeouf and Megan Fox.
Pic grossed $166.1 million overseas in its first five days, breaking records in several countries.
Paramount and DreamWorks are forging ahead with "Transformers 3," dating the movie for release on July 1, 2011.
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