Captain America & The Avengers Might Be In 3D

Captain America & The Avengers Might Be In 3D

Jay Cochran - May 10, 2010
The LA Times is reporting that Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige has been considering giving some of their upcoming movies the 3D treatment.

With "Iron Man 2" there just wasn't enough time to go back and re-shoot the movie for 3D and not risk compromising the quality of the movie, and even with "Thor," they have already gone into production, so re-shooting would have to be involved if they wished to do that one in 3D. "First Avenger: Captain America" and "The Avengers" however have not moved into production so the possibilities of either one or both of them is a possibility, especially when you look at the great success of movies like "Avatar" and "Alice in Wonderland" have had at the box office.

What do you think, should Marvel do Captain America and The Avengers in 3D???


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