If you regularly read Disney, etc., you know that I hate 3D. It is a cheap gimmick created by movie studios to reduce their costs. It doesn't make movies better, but it makes them more expensive to make and to see, and it is just an empty trick.
Well, it would appear that the movie studios are still pushing hard on their 3D con, because there is currently an overcrowding problem with 3D films. Even though 3D was created to make theaters install more digital projectors, they haven't yet. Many movie theaters only have two or three digital projectors. This doesn't seem like a problem, but it is. Currently,
Even though I hate 3D, I wish that theaters would hurry up and install more digital projectors. That way, studios will cease shoving 3D down our throats since their con will be complete and their costs will be significantly reduced (digital projectors mean that studios don't need to produce, store, or ship film reels).
Only time will tell us the future of 3D, but I think it looks rather bleak for the cheap gimmick. However, it will continue going strong until theaters address this overcrowding problem and install more digital projectors, but that is exactly what the studio execs want to happen. What an interesting and unfortunate three-dimensional mess.