Sperling, Nicole
December 2007
Entertainment Weekly;12/7/2007, Issue 968, p16
The article reports that the motion capture animation motion picture "Beowulf" has been significantly more commercially successful in those theaters where it has been presented in 3-D. The 84 IMAX theaters where the film was presented in 3-D account for slightly over 10 percent of theaters where the film has been shown, but have generated 20 percent of its box office receipts.


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