New research shows strong global interest in theatrical 3D movies

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New research shows strong global interest in theatrical 3D movies.

[newsimage]http://static.rankone.nl/images_posts/2011/08/3fhs7j.jpg[/newsimage]Both U.S. theatergoers and analysts are noticeably down on 3D movies this year. But in 2010, the industry saw a huge surge over the previous year. While it's too soon to say how the format will fare when 2011 wraps, analysts believes its attractiveness outside America will only help.


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Research firm IHS iSuppli

Yeah like I believe that when pigs fly. Market research and they just happened to spend their own money to do the research. Like the Movie Studios paid them to do the research. Notice how they don’t mention any parties that paid them to do the research. This to me is another Studio marketing hype cause they busted the bubbles themselves and have no one but themselves to blame for the downfall.


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Both U.S. theater-goers and analysts are noticeably down on 3D movies this year. But in 2010, the industry saw a huge surge over the previous year. While it’s too soon to say how the format will fare when 2011 wraps, analysts believe its attractiveness outside America will only help.

This is bull anyone who reads this in the article should see, that it was high in 2010 or as they a hugh surge over the year before. Of course this is true since most 3D came out in 2010. This is like saying a person who put out only one record in 2009 had a huge surge in 2010, not telling people that they the person had 100 new records in 2010.

I am still waiting for the pig to fly before I pay more for a 3d or even think or paying more for a 3d tv


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I love 3D movies that are appropriate for the format. Avatar was a fantastic 3D experience. When it came out on blu ray and I had to watch it with a friend who didn’t see it in the cinemas, I was dissapointed that I wasn’t watching it in 3D.
Transformers 3 was also a great time in 3D, as was Ice Age 3 last year. But alot of 3D movies don’t deserve to be in 3D. Thor wasn’t too much of a distraction but I wish I had seen Captain America in 2D, the 3D wasn’t worth it most of the time.

The Hobbit next year in the new 48 FPS format in 3D will be amazing and will obliterate box office records, at least I believe it will.