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Cranberry, Waterworks cinemas go 3-D

| Thursday, Dec. 17, 2009

Just in time for the arrival of "Avatar," two longtime local cinemas have finished upgrading some of their screens to handle 3-D movies. Cranberry Cinemas and Waterworks Cinemas have both added RealD 3D technology, in time to screen the much-anticipated 3D epic from director James Cameron ("The Terminator," "Titanic"), which opens today.

Patrons receive the RealD eyewear, which is recyclable -- and, the company claims, "comfortable and cool-looking."

Cranberry Cinemas is at Route 19 and Freedom Road in Cranberry, and Waterworks Cinemas is at Freedom Road in Fox Chapel.

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