We close the year with 3D acting and environments as our topics of discussion, and Jenny Fulle of Sony Pictures Imageworks discusses the studio's approach in the latest "Digital Eye" column. Meanwhile, there are plenty of year-end movies to cover. Alain Bielik reports on the challenges of creating a compelling CG dragon in Fox's ERAGON, opening Friday. J. Paul Peszko finds out the secret to re-imagining CHARLOTTE'S WEB as a live-action feature with lots of CGI, also opening Friday through Paramount. And vfx supervisor Ted Rae divulges how he worked within the naturalistic boundaries of Mel Gibson's vision for APOCALYPTO in his revealing Q&A.