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"Top Directors See the Future, and They Say It’s in 3-D" from the New York Times


Acclaimed directors Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson are collaborating on a 3D trilogy featuring Hergé's Tintin, the perennially youthful reporter/adventurer who is, outside of the US, one of the world's most famous comic book characters.

Jeffrey Katzenberg, the chief executive of DreamWorks Animation, gets my vote for being the biggest promotor of 3D cinema around today.

Take just two statements from this New York Times article: “I believe that this is the single greatest opportunity for the moviegoing experience since the advent of color” and his prediction that after 2009 “consumers will own their own 3-D glasses in the same way they have sunglasses for going outside.”

For the complete article, go here.


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