[post-album postid="217822" item="7"] Michael Bay may be pushing 3D filmmaking to the next level, but Robert Rodriguez is going even further. While most filmmakers are concerned about delivering the best visual and audio experience to audiences, Rodriguez wants to make sure you smell his work as it was originally conceived.

That's right. Spy Kids 4D will finally teach the world what Joel McHale actually smells like. Using Aromascope technology, viewers will be given a card with eight distinct smells on it. They will then be prompted at key moments in the story to run their finger across certain segments of the card and then smell it. This is great news for me. I'm sick and tired of getting dirty looks for smelling my finger when I take a date to the movies.