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3-D Roundup: LA Times on Future of 3-D; BBC on "Monsters vs. Aliens" & "Coraline"

The Los Angeles Times has taken a long, hard look at the future of 3-D movies in theaters (free registration required), stating that the success of the 3-D version of DreamWorks Animation’s Monsters vs. Aliens “has directors and studio executives quickly reconsidering which, and how many, of their future film projects can be reworked into the immersive medium.” Numerous Hollywood directors and executives comment for the article, including Patrick Lussier (director of the 3-D My Bloody Valentine), Disney/Pixar’s John Lasseter, Battle for Terra producer Keith Calder, and DreamWorks Animation marketing head Anne Globe.

Elsewhere, the BBC News spoke to Coraline director Henry Selick and Monsters vs. Aliens director Conrad Vernon and producer Lisa Stewart on how and why the opted to make their films in 3-D.

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