Friday, March 31, 2006
"Superman Returns" In 3-D
James Cameron has been talking up new 3-D techonology as the biggest change to hit movies since sound and color. Bryan Singer is using the best 3-D that's available now to pump up 20 minutes of Superman Returns. It will be released simultaneously with the 2-D version. And so fans at IMAX theaters don't have to spend the entire movie with those bulky glasses on, Singer is reportedly going to drop in visual cues to let people know when to don the special lenses.