The first trailer for Disney Pixar's Finding Nemo 3D has premiered. The 2003 hit Finding Nemo is coming back to theaters in September in 3D.

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    ilove njd

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    i am nemo

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    This seems reminiscent of the cootlizaoirn fad more than 20 years ago. You know, take old classic black & white films and use technology to make them full color. It didn't work very well then and the fad eventually faded away (hopefully never to return).Now, studios are mining old titles that were originally shot (or animated) in 2D and are trying to 3D-ize them as an obvious cash grab. The technology that does this remains unconvincing for now, so the end products aren't that compelling look at any of the non-3D titles that were 3D-ized in the last 1 to 2 years.Maybe 3D will evolve it needs to in order to overcome consumer resistance, namely paying extra for those lovely 3D glasses, as well as skepticism about re-viewing a film just for a technological gimmick. To be sure, there are fans of various films that will always pay for the new collector's DVD or go see the limited release .If studios insist on foisting 3D on the viewing public, then it would be a better use of their collective resources to develop a better 3D format (glasses-less) that truly gives us a reason to go to the theater. People who remember going to see The Wizard of Oz talked about how the audience was amazed when the film transitioned from black & white to color. 3D needs to engender that same gut reaction, otherwise it is merely a gimmick.And by the way, keep your 3D hands off classic films.

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    Cool! My grand daughter will love this. She's already wearing out the original movie and, even at only 2 years of age, can recite so much.




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