The digital 3-D experiments begin in November....CHICKEN LITTLE to be released on minimum 100 3-D screens via digital projection. www.worldenteractive.com/chicken.htm NO red/blue glasses here.....we're talking polarized, clear type and/or active LCD glasses depending on the venue. The polarized glasses are less fragile but theatres would have to have a silver screen for projection, while the active LCD type can be used with any standard white screen. In either case, full color clear 3-D... This is the smart way to do this; POLAR EXPRESS proved that as the IMAX 3-D version made $45 million on just 60 screens! Of course the flat version will go out in general release, but as more and more digital projectors are phased in there will be more and more theatres that will be able to run quality 3-D, and it will be possible in a few years for a movie to get a wide release in (quality) again. Robert Rodriguez should have gone this route with his recent 3-D film, i.e a wide flat 2-D release and limited release in full color digital 3-D. The anaglyph version is just plain hard on the eyes. CHICKEN LITTLE will hopefully work as well as POLAR EXPRESS did in 3-D. Rumors are we'll see 3-D versions of Zemekis' MONSTER HOUSE and BEOWULF too, but I haven't seen any real confirmation of that.