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Tol Eressea

Feb 11 2010, 6:09pm

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When GdT posted here

a few months ago saying that there had been absolutely no discussion of 3D, I’m pretty sure it was before the release of Avatar. At the time, I agreed with him that 3D wouldn’t be appropriate; however, I did a 360 degree change of heart shortly after the theater lights went down and they started playing previews of upcoming 3D movies and the beginning of Avatar. It occurred to me that The Hobbit moviemakers would have to have a very strong will and be extremely difficult to impress in order to stick with their original viewpoint on this after seeing the possibilities of this technology to remove yet another barrier to experiencing a movie visually. Frankly, what I saw won me over to 3D. I realize that lots of fans have other preferences, though, so I agree with Patty that it’d be great if we had a choice like we did with Avatar to see it in 3D or 2D.


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(This post was edited by GaladrielTX on Feb 11 2010, 6:09pm)

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