Hollywood still struggling with 3D
21 December 2011, 15:54
Two years after breakthrough 3D megahit “Avatar,” Hollywood is still
struggling to decide how best to use the new technology, as filmgoers
tire of the novelty and say no to annoying glasses.
2011 ends with a couple of well-received 3D movies — including Steven
Spielberg’s holiday smash “Tintin” and Martin Scorsese’s “Hugo” —
filmmakers need to focus on what works in three dimensions and what
doesn’t, say experts.
Following a series of 3D flops over the last 12 months, the coming
year will see a new crop of releases, including a suped-up version of
“Avatar” director James Cameron’s record-breaking “Titanic” in April.
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