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Hollywood Presses 3-D Even as Profits Fall Short

Hollywood will continue to push 3-D movies to bolster box-office revenue even if profits aren’t what the studios envisioned when “Avatar” ignited widespread enthusiasm for the format.

Studios will release at least 26 films in 3-D next year, up from 22 in 2010, according to Hollywood.com Box-Office. 3-D winners include James Cameron’s “Avatar,” the No. 1 film of all time, and Walt Disney Co.’s “Toy Story 3.”