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RE: Dinosaur in Journey 3-D

In answer to Drew's question, the Real Cinema D 3D process uses circular
polarization lenses fitted into comfortable plastic frames that are large
enough to fit over most eyeglasses.  As there are a limited number of
theaters currently equipped for Real Cinema D 3D, "Beowulf" is being
released in both 3D and 2D.  By all means, see it and the "Journey 3-D"
trailer in 3-D.  1500 theaters will present "Journey 3-D" in 3-D when it is
released next summer (on August 8, 2008 in the US).

See http://au.movies.ign.com/articles/784/784033p1.html and
http://au.media.movies.ign.com/articles/784/784033/img_4502814.html .  

Four Journey 3-D synopses:

In this update of Jules Verne's "Journey to the Center of the Earth,"
Brendan Fraser will portray a geologist who, with his teenage son, discovers
a message hidden in an ancient artifact, leading them into a previously
unseen world. "Journey 3-D" will be shot in live action, with the
otherworldly landscapes and creatures supplied by high-definition,
photo-real 3-D technology.

On a special trip to Iceland, a scientist and his nephew become trapped in a
cave after a storm. They soon figure out the only path to safety is through
the centre of the Earth.

On a quest to find out what happened to his missing brother, a scientist,
his nephew and their mountain guide discover a fantastic and dangerous lost
world in the centre of the earth.

When a group of kids find Jules Verne's original manuscript for his book
"Journey to the Center of the Earth," they discover that he actually took
the trip himself, and using the manuscript as a map, they follow his course
into the earth's core.

(The "Journey 3-D" trailer shows what appears to be _Tyrannosaurus rex_).

Dino Guy Ralph
Docent at the California Academy of Sciences
Dinosaur and Fossil Education
Member of the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology