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ParaNorman is the next 3D movie directed by Sam Fell ("The Tale of Despereaux") and Chris Butler ("Coraline"). The US relase date should be August 17, 2012.

Following the commercial and critical success of Henry Selick's stop-motion animated dark wonder, "Coraline," the film's distributor Focus Features was quick to re-team with the group behind the hit 3D film, studio LAIKA (Portland, USA).


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3D Movies Trailers (368 in the list)

All movies here under are visible in stereoscopic 3D.Movies are sorted by alphabetical order with nine thumbnails at a time per letter (click 'Next' for the rest). This list is updated on a regular basis and is accessible with the "3D Movies Trailers button on the home page of stereoscopynews. To download 3D trailers on your local hard disk, read the "Easy way to download YouTube 3D Videos" procedure. Note: If you have Nvidia 3D Vision glasses, be sure you have the latest Nvidia drivers.

By default, videos are played in a 720x405 pixels box but you may select the best resolution according to your Internet access speed, your 3D mode, and the 3D glasses you have at hand...

Last Addition (August 29, 2016):

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This list has been compiled by Benoit Michel with the help of Philip Heggie.

"Phantom of the Opera" Was Shot in 3D by Accident

Carl Hernz, chief stereographer at Carmichael3D (Florida, USA) made a strage discovery while digging old film stock looking for movies to convert in 2D: he discovered that "Phantom of the Opera" was shot with two side-by-side cameras, but NOT to produce a 3D film. The setup was done to produce two original copies of all takes. As one set of copies was used for local distribution and the other for international distribution, the fact that both films were "sligthly different" never bothered anybody.


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