For millennia, the strongest and most immersive, and enduring works of art are probably the ones that created a glimpse of something beautiful, whilst keeping the viewer's imagination active.
24fps is a kind of Impressionism - a sketch.
Soap opera- filmed stage play... I can relate to the reactions.
I'm not convinced teenagers will embrace the aesthetic any more eagerly than older generations.
The imagery of high-frame rate video game animations still leaves a lot to the imagination.
I'm not sure shots of The Hobbit actors will.
I suppose there will be much public test screening at both 24 and 48... And results will be interesting, and affect what exhibitors want.