Films and programmes coming to 3D TV and cinema soon
US broadcaster Discovery Networks has struck deals with Virgin Media and Sky in the UK to produce new 3D TV content.
One of the first UK reviews of Disney's new 3D Tron Legacy is in from our colleagues over at Total Film magazine, with the mag giving the latest 3D Hollywood blockbuster a thumbs up.
3D is useless in the movie industry's ongoing fight with online film pirates sharing content on peer-to-peer networks, according to the boss of Paramount Pictures.
Avatar director James Cameron has signed up to make a new family-friendly 3D movie featuring Cirque du Soleil.
The latest news out of Tinseltown is that Technicolor is launching a new 3D certification program, to make sure that 3D movies are comfortable to watch.
Oscar Wilde's much-loved children's story The Selfish Giant is set to get the 3D treatment next year. The Irish Film Board is financing a new version of Wilde's much short story, which is set to be a mixture of live action, motion capture and animation.
Tron: Legacy is out in glorious 3D later this very month, although its leading lady doesn't seem to be that taken with new 3D cinema tech.
There is clearly considerable demand for the 3D Blu-ray version of James Cameron's Avatar with copies changing hands on eBay UK for £225 and upwards this week.