Poll: Would You See 'Beauty and the Beast' in 3D?

We've known for awhile that Disney was planning to re-release Beauty and the Beast in 3D, and we were even treated to a teaser trailer for the event a little over a week ago. Now, though, it looks as if Disney has changed their mind. In a series of release date announcements (all changes due to Summit slamming The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 2 down on November 16th, 2012), Disney announced that both Pixar's newt and Beauty and the Beast 3D have been removed from the studio's release schedule.

"Beauty and the Beast"

Word leaked out a while ago that newt was in trouble, and so that announcement didn't come as a surprise. But Beauty and the Beast 3D just released a teaser trailer, and while we've heard of delays on the 3D-ifying process, we all figured it would arrive at some point. Not so, apparently. It's too bad, too, because although I haven't been too crazy about the animated 3D conversions as of late, it would've been fun to see what the technology would do to 2D films. How would your moviegoing experience differ from a 3D movie from, say, Pixar?
Aside from the dropping of Beauty and the Beast 3D, Monsters, Inc. 2 will hit theaters on November 2nd, 2012 and the DreamWorks Animation film The Guardians will arrive on November 21st, 2012.
Are you sad to hear the Beauty and the Beast news, or are you glad they're not turning another classic into 3D in order to make a few extra bucks?
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