The Legend of Spyro: 3D is a cancelled animated 3D Spyro film, intended to be the first of a franchise based on The Legend of Spyro series.
The movie was originally set to be released in the United States and Canada on Christmas 2009, but it became delayed and pushed back to the date of April 10, 2010. However, over the weekend of April 10–11, the movie did not come out and that was proven to be false. It had been confirmed by one of the movie writers, Daniel Altiere himself, that the movie had been cancelled due to decisions made by Activision to go in a different direction. That direction in which Activision decided to take was later on revealed on February 2011, to be in the form of Skylanders: Spyro's Adventure, which is the second reboot of the Spyro series. It is still unknown if there will ever be a new distributor or a new director to get the rights to circle and re-work the project for the film.
No official trailers or updated information on the movie were ever revealed, and the only merchandise was a fake poster available from online stores such as eBay. As well as this, no stands or posters were displayed in theaters, and commercials never aired