Thor And Captain America Will Be 3-D Films (via THE FIRE WIRE)

Posted: July 16, 2010 in Scifi
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Once more the 3-D rears its ugly head. While I am pleased about the upcoming news plus more coming from Comic-Con, I am truly over the whole 3-D experience. During the week, I went to see Despicable Me and was mistakenly charged for the 3-D version. I’m sorry but paying more, $11 per person, is getting less. I rather stick to the 2-D experience where one: the cost is down – less $3.50 pp and two: I don’t get a freakin’ headache 30 minutes into the film. What is even more shameless, on Despicable, there are 3 scenes where the 3-D would make the film experience better.

I’m grateful for the upcoming Tron: Legacy will only have limited 3-D once inside the computer world. This also reminds me of watching 13 Ghosts where the only time you would wear the 3-D goggles would be when the ghosts starts to make there appearance on film. Now, I saw this on tv way back in 70’s or 80’s on WPIX Channel 11; now, that was some fun sh$t to watch.

Thor And Captain America Will Be 3-D Films It’s official: The hammer of Thor and the shield of Captain America will fly straight at moviegoers in 3-D. On Saturday, July 24th, Marvel Studios will showcase the final studio presentation at Comic-Con’s biggest room, Hall H, and “Thor” director Kenneth Branagh will use that climactic slot not just to introduce some of his cast (a cast that includes Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman and Anthony Hopkins) but also to persuade skeptical fans that 3 … Read More



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