Tag Archives: 3D television

Sony Pictures will be the first to no longer pay for the 3D glasses

HollywoodNews.com: The Hollywood Reporter uh, reported (sorry) yesterday that Sony Pictures will be the first of the major studios to no longer pay for the 3D glasses in the Real-D format (as opposed to specialized IMAX 3D glasses), but rather demand that exhibitors pay for the $3-4 glasses themselves. [...]

2011 Summer Movie Review Part II

HollywoodNews.com: This summer was supposed to be the first real test for the mainstream viability of the 3D format in cinema. While the format had been a fringe indulgence for horror films and animated movies, it obviously became a full-on sensation following the release of Avatar in December, 2009.[...]

“Dragon” topples “Toy Story 3” at another awards show

By Sean O’Connell Hollywoodnews.com: Walt Disney Studios’ “Tron Legacy” took home Feature of the Year honors at the second annual International 3-D Society’s 3-D Creative Arts Awards, which was held Wednesday night at Grauman’s Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles. It was one of five “Lumiere” awards Disney studios claimed. But in an[...]

Apple developing glasses-free 3D technology?

By Sean O’Connell Hollywoodnews.com: It is the biggest complaint of the recent 3D revival: Audience members (particularly children) hate wearing the glasses. Speaking from my own experiences, my 7-year-old son watches three-dimensional animated movies while holding the bottom of his glasses so that the lenses don’t rest on his cheeks, while my[...]