Blu-ray 3D We Want for 2011 (Page 1 of 8)
Will this be the year for Blu-ray 3D? Here are eight announced titles that could push you into the format.
Last year wasn't exactly must-see as far as 3D was concerned. The technology was there, but when it came to content, we constantly felt like we were scrounging for the few morsels that were available.
The New Year has a slew of new possibilities for 3D. We've seen a lot of exciting announcements so far. VUDU recently announced plans to start streaming in 3D, HBO has 3D video on demand, and ESPN will continue to crank out certain 3D-worthy events.
We're also seeing the opportunity for more Blu-ray 3D in the home. Of course, Panasonic still has a tight hold on "Avatar," and won't be letting up until sometime in 2012. We don’t blame them. In the meantime, however, this should be a banner year for the Blu-ray 3D format. Disney will deliver 15 of its current and classic movies on Blu-ray 3D -- and they aren't the only ones planning widespread releases. Here are eight films we can't wait to enjoy in the eye-popping comfort of our own home.
Blu-ray 3D users were so excited about this title, they began pre-ordering like crazy -- before Disney even announced a release date. Since pre-orders began, the title has stayed toward the top of the best-sellers list (26 days and counting). It could be that it's Disney or the whole princess thing. However, this modern-day take on the classic "Rapunzel" is just a really good movie.
Blu-ray 3D Release Date: March 15, 2011