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Jj Abrams has spoken about the decision to post-convert Star Trek Into Darkness into 3D. The director admitted during a recent press conference that he was strong-armed into the move by Paramount, but had since grown to appreciate the results. "3D was something that, frankly, I was not a big fan of to begin with," Abrams said. "Essentially in order for us to make this movie, the studio said 'You gotta do this in 3D'. So we said, well, we can do a 2D version that we love that can also be converted to 3D." "And the truth is that I've actually been having a lot of fun with it." He went on to suggest that Star Trek Into Darkness's conversion will be groundbreaking, marking the first time a film has been shot extensively in IMAX before being converted into 3D. Abrams added: "We have an amazing amount of »

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