October 10, 2007 at 12:00 PM EDT

While Paramount Pictures is working diligently to get Beowulf into as many 3-D theaters as possible for its Nov. 16 bow, EW.com has learned that the studio is taking a pass on releasing its 2008 holiday film Star Trek in 3-D. According to two sources close to the studio, the appeal of projecting space in three dimensions has been outweighed by the limits of the 3-D technology. Paramount declined comment, but we know that director J.J. Abrams (Lost) and his producing partners took a close look at filming the upcoming movie in 3-D before ultimately passing on the emerging technology.

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