The future of 3D movies has been an interest of mine for a long time. To all those people who said I was an idiot to think 3D could ever become mainstream, very soon I'm going to be calling you to say "nya-nya, told ya so"

DreamWorks Animation SKG Chief Executive Jeffrey Katzenberg is betting on 3-D films to the tune of $30 million a year in the hope of bringing a dramatic bump to flat U.S. movie attendance.
DreamWorks' 3-D initiative, using proprietary technology and processes, has been in the works for about 18 months and will make its theatrical debut on March 27, 2009 with "Monsters vs. Aliens."
Viewers don't need to wear the cardboard glasses of the past, but they do need special equipment -- polarized glasses that look like slick Ray-Bans.
"I want to be able to release a movie in 7,000 screens in the U.S. exclusively in 3-D, that's my goal," said Katzenberg.