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“Transformers” star Rosie Huntington-Whiteley has yet to see a 3D movie


By Sean O’Connell
Hollywoodnews.com: Rosie Huntington-Whiteley apparently had to star in a 3D movie before she’d ever go out and see one.

The model-turned-actress who has replaced Megan Fox in Michael Bay’s “Transformers” series tells MTV News that she has yet to actually see a 3D movie, and her “Transformers” sequel, “Dark of the Moon,” will be her first.
http://www.mtv.com/news/articles/1666428/rosie-huntington-whiteley-transformers-dark-of-the-moon.jhtml

“When Michael told me it was going to be in 3-D, I said, ‘Right, I’m going to wait,’ and now we’re here, we’re at the premiere stage and I’m going to wait until [I’m in] London and see it with my family,” she said.

But how much longer will she be able to watch 3D movies? Audiences already are rebelling against he technology, and Bay had to reach out to theaters lately to convince them to use proper bulbs to enhance the dim 3D image. I’m not sure how much longer 3D has. The fad seems to be fading like the dim, grainy images we’re seeing on screen. But “Dark” sounds like one film you need to see in 3D, as Bay filmed in 3D without relying on post-production conversion.

The film opens everywhere tomorrow, Tuesday, June 28.

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