Movie Exec Sees 'New Era' in 3-D Films

Mar 11, 2008 By RYAN NAKASHIMA , AP Business Writer

(AP) -- DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc. chief executive Jeffrey Katzenberg promised a "new era" in moviegoing Tuesday, as Hollywood studios prepared a huge slate of 3-D movies for theaters that are increasingly going digital.



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