A Christmas CarolThe wait is over and the 3D week is upon us and it isn't all old IMAX movie either. Nope, in fact the studio with the biggest modern collection of 3D movies, Disney, released one of its biggest titles of 2009 with A Christmas Carol. In addition Warner has six 3D movies themselves with one being the Summer blockbuster Clash of the Titans and the other notable being The Polar Express. Before this week Sony had the most 3D movies available to consumers with two, and it doubles that count this week with a World Cup film as well as the first Open Season movie. These nine 3D movies probably won't be the last released this year, but we'd be shocked if we saw this many released on the same day again.

Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore - 3D (Warner)
A Christmas Carol - 3D (Walt Disney)
Clash of the Titans - 3D (Warner)
Deep Sea - 3D (Warner)
The Official 2010 FIFA World Cup Film - 3D (Sony
Open Season - 3D (Sony)
The Polar Express - 3D (Warner)
Space Station 3D - 3D (Warner)
Under the Sea - 3D (Warner)

16 Wishes
(Image)
Ancient Aliens: The Complete Season One (A&E)
Avatar - Collector's Edition (Fox)
Children of the Corn (Anchor Bay)
Crowley (Anchor Bay)
Falling Down (Warner)
The Last Airbender (Paramount)
The Lightkeepers (Image)
Lottery Ticket (Warner)
Modern Times (Criterion)
Mutiny on the Bounty (Warner)
Space: 1999: The Complete Season One (A&E)
Special Ops (Screen)
Spider-Man (Sony)
Spider-Man 2 (Sony)
Staunton Hill (Anchor Bay)
The Tournament (Weinstein)
The Twilight Zone: Season 2 (Image)
Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (Warner)

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