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2012-04-30 14:47
 
Robert Redford
Los Angeles - Robert Redford has slammed the use of 3D technology in movies.

The Horse Whisperer actor believes modern technology has "gone too far" in the industry, and he predicts there will be a natural "fall out" in years to come.

He told BANG Showbiz: "The fall out will occur on its own organically. It's not up to me to predict it, but yes I do, I think technology has gone too far. In time 3D, I'm not a particular fan of 3D, for certain things yes but not for so many things. I think it will find its way in or out, that's what I think will happen."

While he is not keen on 3D technology in modern motion pictures, the 75-year-old actor believes the audience will make the ultimate decision on whether such methods are successful or not and if they should be a part of the movie industry.

Speaking at the Sundance London Film and Music Festival at London's The O2, he added: "The audiences will decide. My feeling right now is that things have probably gone too far at some great test. It will find its own way, it's not for me to say."

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