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Some titles for the 2012 3D Theaterical Movie Tentative Schedule :

January 20 - Underworld 4: New Dawn - S3D

Link: http://marketsaw.blogspot.com/2010/1...red-epics.html
IMDb: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1496025/

February 17 - Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance - S3D

Link: http://www.movieweb.com/news/NEBULAKpJa4bFB
IMDb: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1071875/

May 4 - The Avengers - S3D

Link: http://collider.com/the-avengers-3d-...studios/44081/
IMDb: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0848228/

June 22 - Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter - S3D

Link: http://marketsaw.blogspot.com/2010/1...h-abraham.html
IMDb: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1611224/

November 21 - 47 Ronin - S3D

Link : http://collider.com/47-ronin-3d-kean...-rinsch/63978/
IMDb: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1335975/

No release date yet:

Silent Hill: Revelation 3D - S3D

Link: http://www.bloody-disgusting.com/news/22338
IMDb: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0938330/

Gravity - S3D (Alfonso Cuarón)

Link: http://marketsaw.blogspot.com/2010/1...s-clooney.html
IMDb: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1454468/

Jack the Giant Killer - S3D

Link: http://marketsaw.blogspot.com/2010/1...s-he-will.html
IMDb: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1351685/

17 Days of Winter - S3D

Link : http://marketsaw.blogspot.com/2010/0...d-brevigs.html
IMDb: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1608499/

Universal Soldier: A New Dimension - S3D

Link: http://www.dolph-ultimate.com/dolph-..._soldier4.html
IMDb: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1659343/
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Tron was my last hope for 3D and it failed. I completely abandoned conversions after Alice in Wonderland, hoping that native 3d would still hold up, but both Resident Evil: Afterlife and Tron:Legacy (along with Shrek ever after 3d and how to train dragon 3d) failed to live up to the high bar set by Avatar (and, for me, Coraline). Oh, RE4 and Tron looked okay, but I could just as easily watch them in 2d with exactly the same enjoyment, whereas Avatar is unwatchable in 2d for me and Coraline, while still good in 2d, I still miss the 3d (can't do the washed-out anaglyph personally). Note, I saw all these on the same 3d theater, so it's the movie.

So I'm done with 3d. Avatar showed what can be done, but no one seems able to replicate it. I'm not wasting an extra couple bucks for eyestrain with no rewards.

I don't know if anyone was using the Google calender I made (google doesn't give any stats as to who is using it), but I'm giving it up as I don't care anymore. (I made the calender so people wouldn't make the mistake of seeing conversions/ripoffs, but I just don't care to see ANY 3d anymore). So if anyone wants to take over the Google calender and keep it updated, pm me and I will hand over administration of it.
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Tron was my last hope for 3D and it failed. I completely abandoned conversions after Alice in Wonderland, hoping that native 3d would still hold up, but both Resident Evil: Afterlife and Tron:Legacy (along with Shrek ever after 3d and how to train dragon 3d) failed to live up to the high bar set by Avatar (and, for me, Coraline). Oh, RE4 and Tron looked okay, but I could just as easily watch them in 2d with exactly the same enjoyment, whereas Avatar is unwatchable in 2d for me and Coraline, while still good in 2d, I still miss the 3d (can't do the washed-out anaglyph personally). Note, I saw all these on the same 3d theater, so it's the movie.

So I'm done with 3d. Avatar showed what can be done, but no one seems able to replicate it. I'm not wasting an extra couple bucks for eyestrain with no rewards.

I don't know if anyone was using the Google calender I made (google doesn't give any stats as to who is using it), but I'm giving it up as I don't care anymore. (I made the calender so people wouldn't make the mistake of seeing conversions/ripoffs, but I just don't care to see ANY 3d anymore). So if anyone wants to take over the Google calender and keep it updated, pm me and I will hand over administration of it.





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So I'm done with 3d. Avatar showed what can be done, but no one seems able to replicate it. I'm not wasting an extra couple bucks for eyestrain with no rewards.

3D technology improves.
Cinematographers 3D skills improves

Looking forward to: (all native 3D)

Sanctum Cameron producer
Drive Angry (maybe)
Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides Cinematography by Dariusz Wolski
Rise of the Apes
Transformers: Dark of the Moon
Untitled 3D Shark Thriller David R. Ellis, Cinematography by Gary Capo
The Three Musketeers
Contagion Steven Soderbergh
Bait Cinematography by Ross Emery
Dredd (team behind District 9)
The Invention of Hugo Cabret Martin Scorsese
Underworld 4: New Dawn (Shooting on RED Epic 5K Cameras) release: 20 January 2012
The Avengers
Men in Black III
Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter Tim Burton, Timur Bekmambetov
Untitled Spider-Man Reboot Cinematography by John Schwartzman (Shooting on RED Epic 5K Cameras) 3 July 2012
The Hobbit: Part 1 Cinematography by Andrew Lesnie (Shooting on RED Epic 5K Cameras)
Jack the Giant Killer Bryan Singer (Shooting on RED Epic 5K Cameras)
Gravity Alfonso Cuarón
Life of Pi
17 DAYS OF WINTER Eric Brevig
Untitled Alien Prequel #1 Ridley Scott, Cinematography by Dariusz Wolski (Shooting on RED Epic 5K Cameras)

MarketSaw - More EPIC News! Red Epic Cameras To Be Used For Ridley Scott's ALIEN Prequels


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Wow. The RED EPIC digital camera has come a long way in the past couple of months! How is this for a lineup of blockbuster movies that will be utilizing the camera:

- THE HOBBIT - Peter Jackson
- SPIDER-MAN - Marc Webb

And now...
- ALIEN PREQUELS - Ridley Scott!

According to Jim Jannard, founder of RED, this is what cinematographer Dariusz Wolski (ON STRANGER TIDES, ALICE IN WONDERLAND, EAGLE EYE, CRIMSON TIDE) said recently:

"In my opinion, the new Red Epic camera is about to revolutionize all spectrums of the film industry. I am going to use Epics in my new project directed by Ridley Scott. I am amazed with the quality of the image and the fact that you can shoot 5k at 120fps without compromising resolution, and most of all the size of the camera. Combined with the Element Technica Atom 3d rig, we will be able to shoot a 3d movie with the flexibility of a conventional cinema camera. I don't see anything that comes close to it at the moment. I can't even imagine the potential Epic will have on the big blockbuster industry as well as independent cinema."

MarketSaw - Is SPIDER-MAN Going To Be Shot With The New RED EPICs?? And The RED ONE Intercuts Well With Anamorphic Film

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Schwartzman (THE GREEN HORNET, PEARL HARBOUR, ARMAGEDDON, THE ROCK) on the new 5K RED EPIC:

"I have been part of a very select group of DP's that have actually shot with the EPIC and I can tell that the 3lb 5K camera is a game changer, end of story, game over, pick your cliche'. I will tell you this I have shot more tests on the EPIC than probably any other DP other than my mate Andrew Lesnie who is doing the "Hobbit", we skype daily about how this camera blows our mutual minds, when you see these image projected at 4K it's like looking a vistavision."

MarketSaw - THE HOBBIT Will Be Shot With At Least 30 New RED EPICs At 5K Resolution


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Why should Jackson be excited? The RED ONE cameras shoot digitally at 4K resolution, while the new RED EPICS will capture 5K resolution at 120 frames+ / second!! Yes you read that correctly. The EPIC will have the highest dynamic range ever for a digital camera too.

Further, as THE HOBBIT(s) will be shot in native stereoscopic 3D, Jackson must be reveling in the smaller size and weight of the EPICS.

Jackson said:

"I have always liked the look of Red footage. I'm not a scientist or mathematician, but the image Red produces has a much more filmic feel than most of the other digital formats. I find the picture quality appealing and attractive, and with the Epic, Jim and his team have gone even further. It is a fantastic tool, the Epic not only has cutting edge technology, incredible resolution and visual quality, but it is also a very practical tool for film makers. Many competing digital systems require the cameras to be tethered to large cumbersome VTR machines. The Epic gives us back the ability to be totally cable free, even when working in stereo."

MarketSaw - CONFIRMED! As We Suspected SPIDER-MAN Is Being Shot In 3D With RED EPICS

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Here is what Schwartzman had to say on the reduser boards afterwards:

"Today was Epic, Monday December 6 marks the first day the Red Epic camera was used to shoot a major studio motion picture.
I can say for certainty the camera does exist and boy is it ready for primetime, as a matter of fact it's a true game changer.

We shot in 3D with 4 Epics mounted on 2 3ality TS-5 rigs today, we did 22 set ups, including running high speed and the images look stunning!

For the first time in digital cinematography, small size doesn't come with a resolution penalty, as a matter of fact there isn't a higher resolution camera available other than IMAX, and this one weighs 5lbs with an ultra prime on it, suddenly 3D isn't a 100lb beast!
We had the cameras on dollies and a libra head today and we flew the 3D rig like it was an Arri 435.

The images we made today were stunning, rich beautiful color and the resolution of a vistavision camera all in a package the size of a Hasselblad 501.
We are shooting 2.40 at 5K, there wasn't a hiccup from the cameras all day, the data was flawless, and there was a lot of it. I can tell you without these cameras it would be impossible to move a 3D rig in the ways that THIS story demands, if Jim and the crew hadn't made these cameras available to us I don't think we could have shot this movie the way our director envisioned it in 3D.

MarketSaw - UNDERWORLD 4 Will Shoot With RED EPICS

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Another one! THE HOBBIT, SPIDER-MAN, ALIEN Prequels and now UNDERWORLD 4!! All shot in stereoscopic 3D. All shot with RED EPICs. Impressive start for this new 5K camera isn't it?

Clearly there is good competition for the existing offerings from the Pace FUSION system as well as 3ality Digital. Healthy times indeed for the 3D industry!

James McQuaide, SVP Production, Lakeshore Entertainment stated:

"With the EPIC, RED has clearly elevated their game into the stratosphere - all the tapeless workflow efficiencies are still present but the image quality is now every bit as staggering as the rumors we've all heard. And being an S3D show, that we can put two EPICs on an Atom rig and hand-hold a shot, frees us to both practically and creatively shoot the picture exactly as we want. I Know it's been said before but, plain-and-simple, for both film-makers and ultimately the audience, the Epic is a game-changer."

MarketSaw - And Now Bryan Singer Announces He Will Shoot With The RED EPIC for JACK THE GIANT KILLER

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Director Bryan Singer said this personally on the RedUser Forums:

"I'm very much looking forward to using the EPIC Red for my next movie "Jack the Giant Killer" which will be shot in, what else, 3D. The camera's incredibly compact size and extraordinary resolution are ideal for the 3D format. But more importantly "Jack the Giant Killer" is my first movie set in a time before electricity. The EPIC's extraordinary exposure latitude will allow me to more effectively explore the use of natural light."


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Lee if you're going to update this thread you need to, well, update the thread

Rango on March 4th and Sherlock Holmes 2 is 2011 as well.

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Francis Ford Coppola Using 3D For TWIXT NOW AND SUNRISE!!

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The godfather of cinema himself is continuing his use of 3D (he first used 3D in CAPTAIN EO) in his new directorial effort TWIXT NOW AND SUNRISE. The movie is in the horror genre (with similarities to Edgar Allan Poe) that has signed on Val Kilmer, Elle Fanning, Bruce Dern, Joanne Whalley, Ben Chaplin, Don Novello, David Paymer, and Alden Erenreich.

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Lee if you're going to update this thread you need to, well, update the thread

Rango on March 4th and Sherlock Holmes 2 is 2011 as well.

I can't find anything that says they are 3D films. You have any links that do?
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I can't find anything that says they are 3D films. You have any links that do?

Sherlock 2 - many articles say it will be 3D, but I don't take it as a 100% positive. All I can find are a few interviews with the writers and Guy Ritchie, saying how awesome it would be in 3D. Maybe have an asterisk marked "plausible" on it.

Rango, it's bugging the hell out of me, I can't find anything like an announcement or a RealD logo on the official trailers. But a theater chain has it listed: http://www.empiretheatres.com/reald-3d/comingsoon

Also, I could have sworn I saw the trailer in 3D when I saw Tron.

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Sherlock 2 - many articles say it will be 3D, but I don't take it as a 100% positive. All I can find are a few interviews with the writers and Guy Ritchie, saying how awesome it would be in 3D. Maybe have an asterisk marked "plausible" on it.

Rango, it's bugging the hell out of me, I can't find anything like an announcement or a RealD logo on the official trailers. But a theater chain has it listed: http://www.empiretheatres.com/reald-3d/comingsoon

Also, I could have sworn I saw the trailer in 3D when I saw Tron.

Again, I don't see anything that says it will be 3D:

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My friend swears along with myself that we saw the 3D trailer for Rango in front of Tron.

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December 2011 - Jet Li's FLYING SWORDS OF DRAGON INN

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Peter Berg’s BATTLESHIP Will NOT Be in 3D:

Collider - Peter Berg’s BATTLESHIP Will NOT Be in 3D

MarketSaw - Huge Casting News: Neeson Signs On For BATTLESHIP And Caine Close To Joining JOURNEY 2
"Even though director Peter Berg is not shooting the movie in 3D, I am still covering it in case Universal decides to convert it in post production (and hopefully doing a good job of it). After all, the project did start out as being shot in native 3D."
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Peter Berg's BATTLESHIP Will NOT Be in 3D:

Collider - Peter Berg's BATTLESHIP Will NOT Be in 3D

MarketSaw - Huge Casting News: Neeson Signs On For BATTLESHIP And Caine Close To Joining JOURNEY 2
"Even though director Peter Berg is not shooting the movie in 3D, I am still covering it in case Universal decides to convert it in post production (and hopefully doing a good job of it). After all, the project did start out as being shot in native 3D."
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Green Hornet cost $110 million to produce, including 3D conversion. Releasing the film in 3D boosted the film's earning potential, with about 62% of the opening gross coming from 3D screens, and about 7% from 3D Imax Digital locations.

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IMAX and Paramount To Release 4 3D Films In 2011

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Imax announced it has entered into an exclusive agreement with Viacom's Paramount Pictures to release four of the studio's biggest films in 2011. The films Super 8, Transformers: Dark of the Moon, Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol and The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicornwill open in Imax theaters around the world. Sony Pictures will handle most of the movie distribution and marketing overseas.
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I see no evidence that either Super 8 or Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol are 3D movies.

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Confirmed: WRATH OF THE TITANS Will Be Shot In Native 3D *AND* With RED Epic Cameras!

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Excited to see what they can do With the 5K RED Epic Cameras!

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able to shoot a 3d movie with the flexibility of a conventional cinema camera.
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Without these cameras it would be impossible to move a 3D rig in the ways that THIS story demands,
we flew the 3D rig like it was an Arri 435
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DreamWorks Animation Announces Next 3D Film: 'Rise of the Guardians'

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DreamWorks Animation has announced details of its next 3D feature, "Rise of the Guardians," which it will release Nov. 21, 2012.

The film will be executive-produced by Guillermo del Toro and Michael Siegel, and voice-star Hugh Jackman, Jude Law, Alec Baldwin, Chris Pine and Isla Fisher.

Peter Ramsey will direct the film, which is adapted from the William Joyce kiddie book "The Guardians of Childhood."
Not a confirmation that they mean stereoscopic (they could just mean rendered in 3D CG) but it's Dreamworks so...

At first I thought this was a sequel to Owls of Ga'hoole, heh...

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James Cameron has spoken frequently about his intention to turn his mega-hit Avatar into a trilogy. Cameron tells EW, “I am in the process of writing the next two Avatar films now. We are planning to shoot them together and post them together, and we will probably release them not quite back to back, but about a year apart.” Now, according to the director himself speaking at the PGA Awards on Saturday, those two sequels have release dates, "Christmas ’14 and ’15 is the current plan." Now fans just have to wait only three more years for a return to Pandora.

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It's probably old, but Ridley Scott's Alien project has changed to Prometheus. But I don't know if Dariusz Wolski will remain for cinematography (he was going to use the Red Epic 3D rig for Alien).

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Remember Casablanca or James Bond series.

VHS > VCD/SVCD > Laser > DVD > 2D BD...

They have been re-mastered over and over in various formats using the same master.

The end of the story.

This time they have to be shot as 3D.

Same stories but new shots; at least an important contribution to re-activate the cinema sector.

EDIT: I would use four stereoscopic cameras for the next step: North, South, West, East for scanning the full image in 360 degrees... (Holographic BD, why not, on CES 2018 )

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40% Of All Regal Screens Have Switched And Are Switching To RealD 3D!

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