Guns Don't Kill People 3D Does
The Final Frontier
Four years ago, a director dropped a steaming, blue, three-dimensional turd worth $1.8 billion, and he called it Avatar. It broke cinematic records like Highest Box Office Gross and Most Eerily Similar to Fern Gully. Because it was 3D, it also gave a lot of people headaches.
But now, director James Cameron is disavowing the use of 3D technology in filmmaking — except for in movies that deserve it, like his. From TotalFilm.com:
If you live in the Bellevue, Wash. area and consider yourself Elon Musk Jr., boy do we have the internship of a lifetime for you. Planetary Resources, a budding startup backed by the likes of Google CEO Larry Page and famous Hollywood director James Cameron, posted a job listing for interns hoping to help the company mine near-earth asteroids. Non-space nuts need not apply.