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Will ‘Spider-Man’ Become the First 3D Movie You Can Watch Without Glasses?

Tuesday, August 31st, 2010

Spider-Man Image 2002What’s the most annoying part of 3D movies? The glasses, right? Especially for my bespectacled friends out there. I know that if I didn’t wear contact lenses I’d probably like 3D movies a whole lot less. Well, Sony and Toshiba are reportedly in a race to develop quality 3D technology that you can watch with bare eyes, though they seem to be concentrating on this benefiting television screens. There are some pricing and tech issues, but there’s no reason to think at least an expensive model will be ready in a few years, perhaps just in time for Sony to market its product as a tie-in with a 3D Blu-ray release of its Spider-Man reboot.

Don’t expect to see that superhero movie in the format without glasses on the big screen, though. Given how long it took (and is still taking) for theaters to convert to digital 3D-capable screens, I don’t see the industry going too crazy for any further advances requiring more costly equipment upgrades. Not anytime soon. So the big issue here is that 3D TVs will keep improving and adapting to consumer satisfaction while cinemas will have to deal with what they’ve recently invested in for a long time. And people will have another reason to stay home: the 3D in their living room will be better and more comfortable.

Despite some spin made by blogs like Superhero Hype and Splash Page, I have to note that there’s no real connection made by Sony or by AP’s report on this topic between the Spider-Man reboot and its potential to be available in glasses-free 3D. By the time the Marc Webb-directed film hits home video 3D DVDs and Blu-rays will be fairly common, so it’s not a big deal or surprising that this 3D movie would also be available for 3D home video formats. However, it would behoove Sony to mark the film’s home video release as a temporal aim for its tech plans due to it being a Sony title. Yet they should also worry that announcing such a goal too soon might have many moviegoers avoiding the theatrical version in order to wait for the more convenient option.

Will you be less interested in the 3D theatrical experience once you can have that experience at home? Especially when the need for glasses is eliminated?

Please leave your comments.

Original article by Christopher Campbell Aug 27th 2010

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Evan Rachel Wood Stars Interview – Evan Rachel Wood On Spider-Man Musical

Friday, December 12th, 2008


Spider-Man is now a musical. Check out this video interview.

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Spider-Man Trilogy Film Cell

Sunday, February 11th, 2007


Now you can purchase the Spider-Man Trilogy film cell here at All Movie Replicas. This unique film cell features 3 mini movie posters from the Spider-Man movies and 6 film cells. Each film cell is taken from the actual 35mm film from the movie, so, no two film will be alike. Each one is an unique one of a kind item. Just click on the link below for more details:

Spider-Man Trilogy Film Cell

Dunst Discusses Spidey’s Future

Tuesday, October 3rd, 2006


Kirsten Dunst, who plays Mary-Jane in the Spider-man films says that she has just completed principle photography on Spider-man 3. Read on:

Kirsten Dunst, star of the forthcoming sequel Spider-Man 3, told IGN that principal photography on the film has finished, but that she will return to the production in November for additional special effects shots. “We’re done,” Dunst said during a press conference for her new film Marie Antoinette. “I have some more blue-screen things to do. There’s always additional special effects things that are tweaked, but I have a little bit more to do in November.”

Dunst, who plays Mary-Jane Watson in the Spidey films, also noted that the third installment of the series will be very big. “I think it’s going to be a real huge [movie] – just so many characters and villains and everything. It’s a lot. I think I’m going to be surprised when I see the movie.”

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