Hasta la vista: why not even James Cameron can save 3D movies

James Cameron has been left looking off the pace with next week’s 3D rerelease of Terminator 2: Judgment Day. One thousand of LA’s finest have been at work for six months retroactively converting – a botch method Cameron has derided in the past – his 1991 action masterpiece to 3D. It feels like an odd throwback: the post-Avatar glow that he imparted on 21st-century 3D has long since faded. 3D box office in the US dropped by 8% last year, confirming that a dull tint has dropped over the audience’s enthusiasm for a technology revived only a decade ago.

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