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An Entertainment Revolution Is Underway as Clear as the Glasses on Your Face
(CBS) From the old red-and-green spectacles of days gone by to the more snazzy frames of today, you need special glasses to watch a movie in 3D (at least for now). 3D technology is already transforming the movies, and you don't need any high-tech glasses to see its impact. Our Cover Story is reported by Bill Whitaker:
It seems some things never change in Hollywood. For 82 years of Academy Awards there's always the flash ... the fashions ... the royalty ... the scene stealers ... the showdown.
This year the buzz is about the nail-biting faceoff between Kathryn Bigelow, director of the indie war movie, "The Hurt Locker" ... and her ex-husband, James Cameron, director of the all-time box office smash, "Avatar."
But what really has Hollywood talking is thatm, win or lose, "Avatar" could change everything, with its breathtaking imagination and out-of-this-world imagery in eye-popping 3D.
It cost $300 million, some say $400 million to get to the screen, where it's raked in a staggering $2.5 billion worldwide.
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