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We look forward to sequels, new stories ('Despicable Me') and re-imaginings ('Yogi Bear').

By Eric Ditzian

Buzz Lightyear from "Toy Story 3"

All this week, MTV News is devoting itself to all things 3-D, and nowhere has Hollywood's recent shift three dimensions been more apparent than in films geared toward kids. From CG-animated tales to live-action adventures, kids' movies in 2010 and beyond represent the greatest percentage of films getting the 3-D treatment. Let's take a look at what's coming down the pipeline in future months and years.

"Shrek Forever After" (May 21, 2010): The fourth and final film in the lovable green orge's franchise will be the first to go the 3-D route. Mike Myers, Cameron Diaz and Eddie Murphy are all back in a story that thrusts Shrek into an "It's a Wonderful Life"-style alternate universe. In a recent interview, director Mike Mitchell promised us »

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