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I also have to be seeing red over the price of the 3-D glasses they -- -- there are not important acquiring do you see this movie -- may actually affect the release.
Of the anticipated movie man in black Denis -- on the story didn't close painting classes.
Yeah well you know -- black three from Sony picture.
Opens next Friday but you gotta wonder what they going to be able to see it in three -- and that's because -- quite broken out between Sony and theater owners.
At issue those nerdy 3-D glasses profit -- Sony and other studios pay the top 3-D company real deep -- -- forty cents per pair.
But now Sony says -- will have to pay that -- The big theater chains such as regal say no way we already pay real -- Fifty cents per ticket you pay at Sony so this is the latest black guys and an age old power struggle between filmmakers.
And theater owners they tussle over who should pay the cost.
Of new 3-D film projectors they tussle over how long a movie should wait to be available on dvd in this instance the -- Dates back to 2005 when Disney.
Became the first big studio to -- to pay that forty cent fee for each parent 3-D glasses when it brought out chicken little.
Rivals then followed 2009.
Though -- sibling the fox film studio it tried to stop paying that.
For an animated ice age sequel regal cinemas retaliated said well we're not gonna show the 3-D version at all.
So fox back down.
Now comes the new pushed back by Sony which has men in black three out next week and another Blockbuster the amazing Spider-Man in July.
So far neither side is -- Question is whether moviegoers in the end we'll get stuck with this cost but here's the problem guys we already pay a couple bucks -- threat to see 3-D.
Why should we pay even more.
I don't know Dennis me no story no easy answer I -- -- it Will Smith.