Why should the Justin Biebers and Jonas Brothers of the world be the only ones getting 3D concert films? For those of you who have been yearning for something a little more hard-sounding in the theater, you can mark down August as a month to look toward.
Because Metallica will be releasing their own 3D concert film, 'Metallica Through the Never.'
As we revealed back in August, 20th Century Fox altered its original distribution plan for the 'Star Wars' 3D re-releases -- from dishing one out annually to giving them back-to-back releases -- with 'Attack of the Clones' and 'Revenge of the Sith' separated by a mere handful of weeks in late 2013.
Well, that has changed once again, as the studio has moved 'Sith' up; now it opens only two weeks after 'Attack of the Clones.' Find out the exact dates after the break.
Though it was rumored months ago, Warner Bros. and director Zack Snyder have officially confirmed today that their new Superman flick 'Man of Steel' will most definitely be hitting theaters next summer in 3D.
A few weeks ago, we received the news that next summer's highly-anticipated monster movie 'Pacific Rim' would be getting the post-converted-3D treatment from Warner Bros. Some would call that a disheartening revelation, as the list of movies that have been post-converted well is a short one. Director Guillermo del Toro even initially displayed trepidation about it, but he has now seemingly come around on the matter, recently breaking down why we shouldn't expect the worst.
We knew that Katy Perry had been filming a 3D concert movie a la Justin Bieber's 'Never Say Never' but beyond that, we didn't know much about it. All that changed this weekend when Ms. Perry made the announcement that her new film would be titled "Katy Perry: Part of Me 3D' and it would hit theaters on Fourth of July weekend. Excited? How about a new trailer too?
Thanks to ‘The Adventures of Tintin,’ Steven Spielberg’s got a 3D itch he needs to scratch. Universal now reveals that the Oscar-winning storyteller plans to release an enhanced 3D version of his dinosaur classic ‘Jurassic Park’ near the 20-year anniversary of its initial release.
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