Domestic auds less likely to pop for 3D

June 2012
Daily Variety;6/26/2012, Vol. 315 Issue 60, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports on the low contributions of three-dimensional (3D) films in the motion picture box office (B.O.), highlighting the 34% share of the 3D animated film "Brave."


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