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Due to some changes made by the movie studio at the last minute, the information and showtimes for Journey to the Center of the Earth has gone through some changes.
Previously, there were two separate listings for the 3D and non-3D versions of the movie. That distinction was removed, and all the showtimes were consolidated under a single entry with notations on the showtimes for the 3D shows.
The example below shows the difference between the Digital 3D shows and the non-3D shows:
The first listing is in 3D Digital Cinema and the second listing is not. The two indicators are the "Digital Cinema 3D" logo in the center column and the "Digital 3D" notation in the comments under the showtimes.
If you do not see the 3D indications, you should assume that you will be seeing the movie in traditional 2D. It's up to the theaters to mark their shows correctly, and hopefully all of them will. As always, if you have any questions, or if you doubt the information as it is presented for the showtime you are interested in, you can contact the theater using the information we have on each theater's Information Page.
None of this may have affected you, but if you noticed something different from yesterday to today, this is what has changed and why.
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