I’ve got to agree with “El Guapo” about this subject, 3D movies are just ocassional fun, it was already hard to wear those glasses for a short 80 minutes movie, I can’t see myself really enjoying movies several times wearing them, or even longer movies.
And smaller theathers, even if set up with the appropriate technology to project 3D movies, suffers a lot from the effect, as 3D movies are better to be shown in larger screens, in larger screening rooms.
Foreign audiences suffer in which English is not the native language, will never get to watch these movies in 3D iin the original language, since the process of subtitling these titles become 10 times harder and a lot more expensive.
As mentioned in the article is just seems like a random comment, since Katzenberg’s company is investing in this type of movies, really hope it doesn’t become a trend.
It’s fun to take the kids out once in a while, but I am 2D all the way.