It seems the latest in a superhero franchise might come to your theater in 3D. Forbes recently spoke to Sony Pictures co-chairmen Amy Pascal and Michael Lynton, who revealed that 3D technology could possibly be implemented into Spider-Man 4.
When asked whether the technology could be used for Spider-Man 4, Pascal simply replied, "Could be." Lynton added, "People are paying a premium to see movies in 3D and that's a very big deal. It's never been done before that someone says you have to pay more to see Spider-Man than a romantic comedy."
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