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One of the highest profile 3D films of the year has joined the final instalment of Harry potter in breaking the $1 billion barrier – with Michael Bay's Transformers: Dark of the Moon smashing the ten figure mark in global box office take.
Michael Bay has urged moviegoers to watch his latest movie Transformers: Dark of the Moon in 3D, insisting that he is glad that legendary directors Steven Spielberg and Jim Cameron convinced him to film using the latest technology.
You'd think that Michael Bay and his propensity for ridiculous and seemingly never-ending explosions would have been first in line to board the 3D express, but his first 3D movie is yet to hit cinemas.