We know the Sundance Film Festival can handle 3D movies, as evidenced with 2008's U2 3D and this year's most popular documentary, Cane Toads: An Unnatural History. But isn't it time for some of Park City's fiction film veterans to embrace the format and make some game changers for the indie world?

Kevin Smith could turn his breakout film into a trilogy with Clerks 3D, while I'm sure it's only a matter of time before Quentin Tarantino does something in three dimensions. Actually, a few years ago QT reportedly told Total Film he's interested in doing a 3D porn film. But he'll apparently be beaten to the punch by Gaspar Noé, who is at the fest this year with his latest, Enter the Void (read our review of it here).

Noé is notorious for making films depicting graphic sex (see the controversial Irreversible), and according to Hollywood Wiretap his next erotic effort will bring the sex into your laps. The follow-up is as yet untitled, though since he first announced the project at Cannes last year it has been labeled, based on his words, the "joyful porn movie" and the "pornographic melodrama."
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