Dreamworks chief Jeffrey Katzenberg recently unveiled the next major move for animated films – a new type of three-dimensional entertainment that will be seen throughout movie theaters nationwide starting later this year. Following the box office success of 3D versions of kid favorites like Hannah Montana and Chicken Little, four leading studios (Disney, 20th Century Fox, Paramount and Universal) will be backing the conversion of 10,000 screens to digital, making 3D movies a more regular offering at American cinemas.

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