The current obsession with 3D movies is doing my head in. The Sun reported yesterday that the next Bond film has delayed shooting because they're going to film it in 3D. I suppose there's probably a market for a three-dimensional Daniel Craig (or random Bond girl, I guess), but personally I'd rather they spent the extra months fine-tuning the script. [The Sun]
Next Bond Film Delayed Because Of 3D?
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