Tuesday, February 06, 2007
3-D Movies Are Back For Good
First James Cameron announced he would follow "Titanic" with a 3-D movie. Now director Robert Zemeckis ("Who Framed Roger Rabbit," "Back To The Future") has made a deal with Disney to produce 3-D films. On top of that, Disney and Pixar and all the studios convert new live action and animated films into IMAX 3-D all the time. George Lucas wants to convert the "Star Wars" films to 3-D as soon as there are enough theaters. Those dorky glasses from the 50s may be a thing of the past. But 3-D is definitely the wave of the future: a way for big Hollywood spectacles to offer something in the movie theaters that you can't get at home. Yet.