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Old 12-23-2018, 10:22 AM   #121
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Hello Everyone:

After many months of reviewing 3D viewing participation through ticket sales at movies and IMAX's initial decision to largely drop 3D and now come back to it I believe these truth's to be self-evident:

1. There are enough viewers of 3D, hardcore 20% of viewers and another 20% who like 3D enough to pay a premium, to keep 3D going as it profits the movie makers. Yes!

2. The cost to make a 3D blu-ray is not so expensive that that will not make a profit off a 3D release of the 3D cinema releases, looking at current sales and the hardcore viewers of 3D. So Yes again!

Bottom line I believe 3D cinema AND 3D blu-ray is here to stay at some level. We may lose some of the box-office stragglers to certain movie makers whose business models are not cognizant of the easy money to be made on 3D blu-rays, however.

But I for one will rest easy knowing that we will see Avengers End Game and many others on 3d blu-ray. We may be doing it on projectors though one day!

And that will be just fine by me.

Merry Christmas to all here that love 3D so much!! You guys and girls are the best!!!

Sincerely,
Bill Batchelor

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Old 12-23-2018, 08:10 PM   #122
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Hello Everyone:

After many months of reviewing 3D viewing participation through ticket sales at movies and IMAX's initial decision to largely drop 3D and now come back to it I believe these truth's to be self-evident:

1. There are enough viewers of 3D, hardcore 20% of viewers and another 20% who like 3D enough to pay a premium, to keep 3D going as it profits the movie makers. Yes!

2. The cost to make a 3D blu-ray is not so expensive that that will not make a profit off a 3D release of the 3D cinema releases, looking at current sales and the hardcore viewers of 3D. So Yes again!

Bottom line I believe 3D cinema AND 3D blu-ray is here to stay at some level. We may lose some of the box-office stragglers to certain movie makers whose business models are not cognizant of the easy money to be made on 3D blu-rays, however.

But I for one will rest easy knowing that we will see Avengers End Game and many others on 3d blu-ray. We may be doing it on projectors though one day!

And that will be just fine by me.

Merry Christmas to all here that love 3D so much!! You guys and girls are the best!!!

Sincerely,
Bill Batchelor
Hi Wild.

That's spreading Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanza and New Year's cheers for all of us.

I will now also think of you as Bob Hope. Not just because you gave us hope for the future of 3D but because you're also a "bachelor in paradise" even if the spelling is different.
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Old 12-25-2018, 10:01 AM   #123
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But I for one will rest easy knowing that we will see Avengers End Game and many others on 3d blu-ray. We may be doing it on projectors though one day!
Or VR!
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Old 01-20-2019, 04:59 AM   #124
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Hello Everyone:

After many months of reviewing 3D viewing participation through ticket sales at movies and IMAX's initial decision to largely drop 3D and now come back to it I believe these truth's to be self-evident:

1. There are enough viewers of 3D, hardcore 20% of viewers and another 20% who like 3D enough to pay a premium, to keep 3D going as it profits the movie makers. Yes!

2. The cost to make a 3D blu-ray is not so expensive that that will not make a profit off a 3D release of the 3D cinema releases, looking at current sales and the hardcore viewers of 3D. So Yes again!

Bottom line I believe 3D cinema AND 3D blu-ray is here to stay at some level. We may lose some of the box-office stragglers to certain movie makers whose business models are not cognizant of the easy money to be made on 3D blu-rays, however.

But I for one will rest easy knowing that we will see Avengers End Game and many others on 3d blu-ray. We may be doing it on projectors though one day!

And that will be just fine by me.

Merry Christmas to all here that love 3D so much!! You guys and girls are the best!!!

Sincerely,
Bill Batchelor
Market is definitely getting smaller, though. Aquaman was a big hit, but the 3D Blu-ray is apparently an Amazon Exclusive.
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Old 01-21-2019, 05:34 AM   #125
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Market is definitely getting smaller, though. Aquaman was a big hit, but the 3D Blu-ray is apparently an Amazon Exclusive.
Too soon to say. But the WB shop also will have it.
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Old 01-27-2019, 05:53 AM   #126
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Starting with Kong Skull Island, Warner has been giving their 3D titles a limited distribution scheme- hence why they don't come with slipcovers. I've resigned myself to pre-ordering them online just so I can get them.
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