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Credit Market Crunch to Affect 3D Films - Fewer Screen Conversions than Expected

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Director James Cameron on the set of his $200 million dollar 3D production Avatar, his first non-documentary film since the one about that boat, you know the one I mean, it's on the tip of my tongue, it will come to me in a second. The boat sank, Celine Dion sang, that one.


All 3D and nowhere to go. . .?

The New York Times has a detailed article on how the current economic crisis is affecting the rollout of 2009's major 3D film releases. For the complete article, go here.

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