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The Hollywood Reporter is saying that Robert Zemeckis' next movie, "Beowulf," will be enhanced with 3-D technology in theaters capable of 3-D presentations:
Robert Zemeckis is continuing his love affair with 3-D technology. The director-producer will see his upcoming film, the digitally enhanced live-action "Beowulf" from Paramount Pictures and Warner Bros. Pictures, screen day-and-date in Real D and other large-format 3-D theaters.
Set to bow nationwide Nov. 16, 2007, "Beowulf" is expected to be in more than 1,000 Real D theaters, as well as other 3-D locations, in what should be the largest day-and-date large-format 3-D release ever. It's likely that Imax would be the other large-format theater, though no deal has been signed, according to sources close to the film.
His previous movie to go 3-D was "The Polar Express."
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