3-D will be HUGE, in theaters and in the home, IMO. The problem with 3-D in theaters now is that there are/will be too many 3-D movies competing for too few screens.
Less than 9% of the country's nearly 40,000 theater screens can play 3-D movies. That's about to change soon.
An article in the LA Times last Saturday stated that JP Morgan Chase & Co has raised nearly $700 million, which will be used to install digital projectors in about 12,000 theaters.
Of the 39,800 screens in the US, only 7,500 of them are digital and only about half of these current digital screens are 3-D equipped.
It cost about $70,000 to install digital equipment in a theater. The studios plan to release about 20 films in 3-D this year.
3-D will be huge. If you don't believe me, just ask JP Morgan.