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New & Upcoming 3D Movies - 2012, 2013Movies in 3D. Some call it the next step in the evolution of cinema, some call it a gimmick. But if you’ve ever hit up the cinema and enjoyed having your head swallowed here’s a list of the new and upcoming movies in 3D.

- 2013 -
(U.S. Release Dates)
Gravity (tbc)
47 Ronin (Dec 25)
Walking with Dinosaurs (Dec 20)
The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug (Dec 13)
One Direction 3D Concert Movie (Nov 8)
Thor: The Dark World (Nov 8)
Mr. Peabody & Sherman (Nov 1)
Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones (Sep 20)
Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 (Sep 27)
The Little Mermaid (Sep 13)
Smurfs 2 (Jul 31)
Pacific Rim (Jul 12)
Independence Day (Jul 3)
Monsters University (Jun 21)
Man Of Steel (Jun 14)
Epic (May 24)
Star Trek Into Darkness (May 17)
The Great Gatsby (May 10)
Iron Man 3 (May 3)
Jurassic Park (Apr 5)
G.I. Joe: Retaliation (Mar 29)
The Croods (Mar 22)
Oz: The Great And Powerful (Mar 8)
Escape From Planet Earth (Feb 14)
Hansel And Gretel: Witch Hunters (Jan 25)
Texas Chainsaw 3D (Jan 4)

- 2012 -
Life of Pi (Dec 21)
Monsters, Inc. (Dec 19)
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (Dec 14)
Rise Of The Guardians (Nov 21)
Wreck-It Ralph (Nov 2)
Frankenweenie (Oct 5)
Hotel Transylvania (Sep 21)
Dredd (Sep 21)
ParaNorman (Aug 17)
Ice Age: Continental Drift (Jul 13)
Step Up Revolution (Jul 27)
The Amazing Spider-Man (Jul 3)
Brave (Jun 22)
Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter (Jun 22)
Madagascar 3 (Jun 8)
Piranha 3DD (Jun 1)
Men In Black 3 (May 25)
Titanic 3D (Apr 6)
Wrath of the Titans (Mar 30)
Mirror Mirror (Mar 16)
John Carter (Mar 9)
Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax (Mar 2)
Ghost Rider: Spirit Of Vengeance (Feb 17)
Journey 2: The Mysterious Island (Jan 27)
Underworld: Awakening (Jan 20)

- 2011 -
The Adventures Of Tintin: Secret Of The Unicorn (Dec 23)
The Darkest Hour (Dec 25)
Alvin And The Chipmunks: Chip-Wrecked (Dec 16)
Arthur Christmas (Nov 23)
Hugo (Nov 23)
Happy Feet Two (Nov 18)
Immortals (Nov 11)
Puss in Boots (Nov 4)
A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas (Nov 4)
The Three Musketeers (Oct 21)
Dolphin Tale 3D (Sep 23)
Shark Night 3D (Sep 2)
Fright Night (Aug 19)
Spy Kids 4: All The Time In The World (Aug 19)
Conan The Barbarian (Aug 19)
Glee: The 3D Concert Movie (Aug 12)
Final Destination 5 (Aug 12)
The Smurfs (Jul 29)
Captain America: The First Avenger (Jul 22)
Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows: Part 2 (Jul 15)
Transformers: Dark Of The Moon (Jun 2)
Cars 2 (Jun 24)
Green Lantern (Jun 17)
Kung Fu Panda 2 (May 26)
Pirates Of The Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (May 20)
Priest (May 13)
Thor (May 6)
Rio (April 15)
Mars Needs Moms (Mar 11)
Drive Angry (Feb 25)
Justin Bieber: Never Say Never (Feb 11)
Sanctum (Feb 4)
The Green Hornet (Jan 14)

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  • Thom said

    The only ones I think I’ll bother watching in 3D are Tron: Legacy, because of the geek factor with plus points for 3D and Amazing Spider-Man in an attempt to gain some excitement for the reboot

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  • DalmatianJaws said

    Tron
    The Hole
    Pirahna

    These are all movies CONCEIVED for 3D. To the best of my knowledge, the rest were all happening anyway and, really, are the same stories with or without it.

    Alright, to be fare, Pirahna is all about 3D titties and gore … but the other two might actually be artistic in some way.

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  • Joker said

    Man there’s actually a page committed to 3D…
    I have no idea why they’re putting step up 3 in 3D.The second one was horrible.

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  • Sheridan Passell said

    @Joker – A 3D release schedule page wasn’t necessary last year, but times are changing. 1/3 of all box office revenue taken so far in 2010 has been at 3D movies.

    I hope Step Up 3D is dedicated entirely to Scottish country dancing.

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  • Joker said

    HaHa scottish country dancing.That’d be interesting.

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  • 3DGuy said

    I would advise against seeing any of the movies that are not shot in 3D. Piranha may have been “conceived” as a 3D movie but was digitally converted, and is more about lame gags than an immersive experience. Alice in Wonderland is another example of this, and we all know how that went. If you are going to pay extra money to see a 3D movie do a little homework and make sure that it was filmed using a 2 camera steriographic rig. There should be an asteric or some other denotation on this list to help the general public differentiate between real 3D and conversions. Bad 3D will ruin the movie going experience faster than anything! People news to be educated!

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    • Pj said

      I have to agree, Hugo is one of the best 3D films I’ve ever seen. I upgraded my computer to play stereoscopic 3D and got a Samsung 55″ D8000 for under $1500 and I gotta say that Hugo in 3D looked amazing and really made the film come to life. I love 3D! And sports broadcast in 3D is def the future.

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  • Kyle Bailey said

    So cool, i just wish that we could watch 3d movies on TV…

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  • Ann said

    I wish film makers would not make movies in 3D. I saw one and believe you me I enjoyed it and understood it better when it came out on DVD in 2D. I find that I am too busy watching the special effects and getting a head ache than trying to follow and enjoy the story line. Please All Movie Makers get the Hint not everyone likes 3D movies.

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    • Xael said

      Ann, wouldn’t it be better if studios keep making 3D movies that the rest of us like, and you just go to see the 2D version at the theatre or DVD? Your point of view is selfish and very is similar to someone saying: “Stop chewing gum production because I can’t walk and chew at the same time!”.

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  • BabylonX said

    @Ann:

    3D Movies are 2x2D movies, one for each eye. Actually, in real 3D movies there are cameras with 2 lenses that have a distance about 10-12 cm, as much as the distance between the eyes an average person has. So, if a movie is Stereoscopic (3D) you can watch it in 2D. You just pick one of the 2 shots.

    But of course that is as lame as hearing stereo music with one speaker. But you can do it.

    So it is stupid to ask for 2D movies. Its great to have 3D movies because we have the issue of watching them on 2D. However the opposite does not apply. You cannot create information from nothing. And just like 3DGuy said, 3D movies that are digitally made 3D should be avoided cause they are destroying the experience.

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  • samuel said

    3d movie producers should give us fewer cartoons and converted 2d movies. The best rated to me is Step Up 3d. I want more breath taking adventure movies, sports movies, documentries shot with 3d cameras. Thanks.

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  • enigmatic guy.. said

    y u all 4gt abt the gr8 Avatar..in my view its the real 3D muvie i hav ever seen..wow ..what a work..what a perfctn..Jams Cmrun is 1 of da bst..

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  • Robert said

    “The Great Gatsby” in 3D!!!! Really????????

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  • Dilbert said

    Hey how could you forget “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey” surely I’m not the only one thinking it’ll be the best 3D movie of 2012 !!! Whether it proves successful or not, I believe it will be the first 3D film to be shot in 48 frames/sec…

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  • Barb said

    Just wondering if those of you that say digital conversion ruins the 3-D experience really know what you are talking about. True, poor digital conversion can do that, but when a top-rate company using top-of-the line conversion software and experienced digital artists do the job, it is generally better than those filmed in 3-D. I think you must have just seen some of the poorly done conversions.

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  • slacker said

    I wish everyone would stop knocking 3D. If it gives you a headache, then don’t watch it, simple as that! There are actually some of us who completely enjoy 3D. My recent favorite is Hugo by Martin Scorsese. I find that the 3D adds a depth to the movies and makes it more realistic. One of the many reasons I actually went out and got a 3D TV.

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