The wave of 3D currently sweeping the big screen is set to continue in style as
prepare to make us pull on our special specs.
team are in final talks with Sony about making a sequel in 3D. There are no details on the plot yet, but producer Gavin Polone says, "Everyone had fun watching
; making it a more visceral experience can only make it better.
"I don't think you want to see
in 3D. But
is clearly one movie that will benefit."
Meanwhile, the third
movie has been greenlit by Paramount and we're already wincing at the thought of what lovely images will be popping out of the screen and landing in our popcorn.
Considering the first two films' fascination with nudity and things being inserted into human bodies... well, perhaps we won't be eating that popcorn anyway.
3D features have been experiencing a renaissance recently, with most examples being either horror (
My Bloody Valentine
) or children's films (
Monsters Vs Aliens
However, with more films being greenlit every day and the '3D-can't-get-much-bigger-than-this'
imminent, will we have had our fill of the format by the time
Johnny Knoxville maiming himself in 3D... Ultimate gross-out or stupid gimmick? Let us know your thoughts.