Cool piece in The Hollywood Reporter,
headlined '3-D-ready screens popping up all over.' And one very interesting stat: when Disney released Tim Burton's 'Nightmare Before Christmas' last year, there were 168 screens to show it on in the US; this year, Disney's counting on about 600. Robert Zemeckis' 'Beowulf' will be on as many as 1000 3-D screens in November, but some of those are in IMAX theaters where the 3-D version will be in celluloid.
Labels: 3-D, Beowulf, Disney, IMAX, Nightmare Before Christmas, Tim Burton