To date, the most profitable 3D movie is James Camerons “Avatar”. Earning 2.8 Billion in box office sales and featuring standard 2D as well as multiple forms of 3D, it brought the immersion experience from the red and blue lens fad to modern day. Sadly, it seems as though interest in the alternate viewing has gone down recently. Sales in 3D movies have continually dropped over the past few years. Even sales in 3D T.V.s and games have all but gone away. Personally, I wasn’t a fan of the glasses. It always felt like I had to re-adjust them. I’m sure it will be back in a few years.
A strange situation is developing in the Star Wars universe as thousands of fans are looking for a proper replacement for Carrie Fisher. The renown actress passed away a year and a half ago, leaving the story of Princess Leia/General Organa unfinished. There is a petition to have Meryl Streep to fill the role and continue the story. Mark Hamill remarked on the idea saying he wouldn’t be on-board with the recasting as he felt Fisher was “irreplaceable”.