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Hollywood Places Biggest 3-D Bet Yet On 'Avatar'
  • SAN DIEGO (AP)
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When James Cameron directed his first 3-D film, "Terminator 2: 3-D," for Universal Studios theme parks more than a decade ago, the bulky camera equipment made some shots awkward or impossible.

The 450-pound contraption -- which had two film cameras mounted on a metal frame -- was so...

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