Originally Posted by danoyse
And less money for us. They have enough money.
The studio isn't a charity case. They should be giving us a good reason to see it in 3D.
I know that and I haven't watch seen a 3D film this year. But some people especially the kids, want to watch films in 3D and sometimes people are forced to watch 3D especially if the tickets for 2D theaters are already sold out.
As long as people continue to watch films in 3D, studios won't stop converting/releasing their films in 3D.