A nifty viral marketing stunt has unveiled a new 3D trailer for Star Trek Into Darkness. Want to see Benedict Cumberbatch wreak havoc on Starfleet ... in 3D?
Looks like the TARDIS will be traveling into the third dimension for the 50th anniversary.
Star Trek Into Darkness is being release into theaters this coming May as a 3D venture. But had it been up to J.J. Abrams, that never would have happened. According to him, he was forced to make the Trek sequel 3D. At least at first.
That news that cinema purists—and people who don't like headaches—were hoping wouldn't arrive is here: Joss Whedon's climactic, titanic Marvel movie will get the oft-loathed post-production conversion into 3D.
The Ed Wood classic "worst film ever made" Plan 9 from Outer Space is getting redone in 3-D.
James Cameron might have an Avatar sequel ready in 3-4 years, with even more 3D than the original.
Ebert has come forward with another opinion sure to stir up controversy—he blasted the entire concept of 3-D movies as a "waste."
Want to see outer space in all its 3D glory? Then the first thing you should do is toss way those headache-inducing 3D glasses.
Guillermo del Toro quashes 3D Hobbit rumors; Maggie Grace may star with Tom Cruise in a spy thriller with an SF MacGuffin, Gilliam's Imaginarium will be released on Christmas.
The Weinstein Co. is developing a second sequel in their rebooted Halloween franchise in 3D, for release in the summer of 2010.