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RG Specs opens the first 3D Eyewear store launch in the U.S.On Jun 29th we opened our first store at the Arcadia California Westfield Santa Anita mall. Come by and see all the top designer brands or 3D glasses. Fasionable glasses for adults and themed glasses for kids. 3dom 3D Eyewear is the only store in the U.S. to carry licensed 3D glasses from the movie production companies.Use your new 3D Glasses at home with your passive 3D TV or at all 20,000 RealD equipped theaters. Hi quality designer 3D glasses. Now you can look good at the movies.
Note: This post originally ran after the Titanic 3D sneak preview on Valentines Day. Weve since updated it with the latest reactions from around the net. On Tuesday night, as a Valentines Day treat, Paramount hosted special advance screenings of the new 3D version of James Camerons Titanic. Although I have my issues with the idea of a money-grabbing re-release set to coincide with the disasters centennial this April not that it doesnt fit with 100 years of terrible exploitation, I did get to see a preview of footage from this 3D conversion last fall and as you might recall, I was genuinely “satisfied.” Im not a big enough fan of the movie overall to pay for and sit through the full-length experience this spring, but I wouldnt tell anyone to stay away. Unless you havent seen Pina yet, because thats the best 3D movie for your money and the Oscar-nominated doc is currently playing at theaters all over the U.S.!.
Another post-apocalyptic Paul Bettany action movie? Yes indeed. But this doesn’t look too bad. SlashFilm recently debuted a great batch of new photos from Scott Stewart’s Priest, based on the TokyoPop manga, starring Paul Bettany as the titular “warrior” Priest. ScreenGems is obviously going to do a big push for this at Comic-Con next week, and this is a primer for that. But I like the photos, they’re kinda cool, they remind me of Road Warrior a bit, so I thought I’d post them. I’m not sure if this will turn out any good because it’s from the guy who just made Legion, also with Bettany. I guess he could surprise us the second time around?
Disney has set a Mar. 11, 2011 release date for its live-action 3D film Mars Needs Moms, starring Seth Green, Dan Fogler and Joan Cusack.
According to Variety, the film tells the story of a young boy who gains a deeper appreciation for his mom after Martians kidnap her to the Red Planet.