While we mostly cover CinemaCon for the footage from the movie studios, there is plenty more going on at the convention than just preview footage. Near the main theater where the studios present their upcoming movies to theater owners, tons of other industry folks are showing off their latest offerings for theater concession stands. While walking around that area of the convention, I found what’s sure to be popular with kids in the very near future: custom 3D glasses for Transformers: Age of Extinction, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Minions and Spongebob Squarepants 2.
As you can see in the pictures after the jump, each pair of glasses is definitely influenced by the movie and I’m sure kids are going to love them. And maybe even a few adults, too. Let me know what you think about the glasses in the comments and which ones you’d buy. For more CinemaCon coverage, click here to check out minifigs for TMNT and Guardians of the Galaxy.
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