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post #391 of 644
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Originally Posted by Jamieb81 View Post

I can't wait until August 5th,Rise of the Planet of the Apes will start in theatres nation wide.

Is that in 3d?? Did I miss somethin??
post #392 of 644
3D is in question for the following:

Rise of the Planet of the Apes - marketing has not once to my knowledge mentioned it being in 3D. Apparently it was always just a rumor.
Contagion won't be in 3D because the rigs weren't available.
The Avengers is not being "shot" in 3D but that could still mean it will be converted.
post #393 of 644
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Originally Posted by cakefoo View Post

3D is in question for the following:

Rise of the Planet of the Apes - marketing has not once to my knowledge mentioned it being in 3D. Apparently it was always just a rumor.
Contagion won't be in 3D because the rigs weren't available.
The Avengers is not being "shot" in 3D but that could still mean it will be converted.

Wow,I thought for sure they would of made it a 3D film,thanks for the info....
post #394 of 644
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It was great having 3D because I needed at least a year and a half to finish the movie, and they told me I had the time. I said no to it on Snow White, the next film that I am doing.

http://collider.com/comic-con-immort...-singh/104821/
post #395 of 644
Baz Luhrmann's The Great Gatsby is set to become the first major Australian 3D feature shot with the RED EPIC camera and 3ality rigs.

Cinematographer Simon Duggan ACS said he completed tests on the EPIC with Luhrmann in New York last month and was very happy with the results.

It's not that much bigger than a standard film camera, he said, adding that the EPIC also allows shooting hand-held or with a Steadicam.

The film is based on F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic 1920s novel and will star Leonardo DiCaprio, Carey Mulligan and Joel Edgerton. Duggan said the film will be shot at 5K resolution to allow blowups and visual effects.

Panavision Australia will supply the three EPIC cameras (including one backup), as well as the 3ality rigs, for the shoot.

The four-month shoot begins at Fox Studios Australia next month and wraps up in December. Alex Proyas' VFX-heavy Paradise Lost epic is also expected to take up a sound stage during that time.

http://if.com.au/2011/07/25/article/...SCGWHHRVE.html
post #396 of 644
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by cakefoo View Post

Baz Luhrmann's The Great Gatsby is set to become the first major Australian 3D feature shot with the RED EPIC camera and 3ality rigs.

Cinematographer Simon Duggan ACS said he completed tests on the EPIC with Luhrmann in New York last month and was very happy with the results.

It's not that much bigger than a standard film camera, he said, adding that the EPIC also allows shooting hand-held or with a Steadicam.

The film is based on F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic 1920s novel and will star Leonardo DiCaprio, Carey Mulligan and Joel Edgerton. Duggan said the film will be shot at 5K resolution to allow blowups and visual effects.

Panavision Australia will supply the three EPIC cameras (including one backup), as well as the 3ality rigs, for the shoot.

The four-month shoot begins at Fox Studios Australia next month and wraps up in December. Alex Proyas' VFX-heavy Paradise Lost epic is also expected to take up a sound stage during that time.

http://if.com.au/2011/07/25/article/...SCGWHHRVE.html

Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides

Camera
Red Epic, Zeiss Ultra Prime and Angenieux Optimo Lenses
Red One Camera, Panavision Primo, Zeiss Ultra Prime and Angenieux Optimo Lenses

Cinematographic process
Digital Intermediate (master format)
Redcode RAW (4K) (5K) (dual-strip 3-D) (source format)

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1298650/technical
post #397 of 644
Australian?
post #398 of 644
Quote:
Originally Posted by cakefoo View Post

Baz Luhrmann's The Great Gatsby is set to become the first major Australian 3D feature shot with the RED EPIC camera and 3ality rigs.

Cinematographer Simon Duggan ACS said he completed tests on the EPIC with Luhrmann in New York last month and was very happy with the results.

It's not that much bigger than a standard film camera, he said, adding that the EPIC also allows shooting hand-held or with a Steadicam.

The film is based on F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic 1920s novel and will star Leonardo DiCaprio, Carey Mulligan and Joel Edgerton. Duggan said the film will be shot at 5K resolution to allow blowups and visual effects.

Panavision Australia will supply the three EPIC cameras (including one backup), as well as the 3ality rigs, for the shoot.

The four-month shoot begins at Fox Studios Australia next month and wraps up in December. Alex Proyas' VFX-heavy Paradise Lost epic is also expected to take up a sound stage during that time.

http://if.com.au/2011/07/25/article/...SCGWHHRVE.html

Wow really lookin forward to this! Leo gon kill it
post #399 of 644
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Originally Posted by Lee Stewart View Post

Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides

Camera
Red Epic, Zeiss Ultra Prime and Angenieux Optimo Lenses
Red One Camera, Panavision Primo, Zeiss Ultra Prime and Angenieux Optimo Lenses

Cinematographic process
Digital Intermediate (master format)
Redcode RAW (4K) (5K) (dual-strip 3-D) (source format)

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1298650/technical

Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides was shot primarily using RED One cameras, with a few pickup shots captured on RED Epic.
post #400 of 644
http://screenrant.com/amazing-spider...d-sandy-125519

Got a question: IMAX is projected at 2K, correct? So Spiderman should take full advantage of the resolution and then some?
post #401 of 644
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by cakefoo View Post

http://screenrant.com/amazing-spider...d-sandy-125519

Got a question: IMAX is projected at 2K, correct? So Spiderman should take full advantage of the resolution and then some?

Digital IMAX is 2K. IMAX 3D is still 15/70.
post #402 of 644
Ok. 5K digital content would still make great use of IMAX's resolution, right? Or are there any restrictions with 3D? If I understand correctly they need two projectors just to do 2D, so do they halve the resolution in 3D?

Basically I'm just wondering if RED Epic stuff will look as bad-ass in IMAX as stuff shot with IMAX cameras.
post #403 of 644
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by cakefoo View Post

Ok. 5K digital content would still make great use of IMAX's resolution, right? Or are there any restrictions with 3D? If I understand correctly they need two projectors just to do 2D, so do they halve the resolution in 3D?

Basically I'm just wondering if RED Epic stuff will look as bad-ass in IMAX as stuff shot with IMAX cameras.

Did you see Nolan's Inception in IMAX 15/70? It had scenes that were shot in Super Panavision (65mm) which has an 8K resolution. Was it vastly noticable over the 35mm scenes?

IMAX Digital is max 2K resolution until they upgrade the Chrisite projectors to 4K (or go with Sony 4K PJs). IMAX 15/70 is approx 12K (the prints) so I don't know if you could really tell the difference bettwen 4K content and 5K content.
post #404 of 644
No, I saw Inception on a non-IMAX screen.
post #405 of 644
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Originally Posted by Lee Stewart View Post

Here is a site that sells circular polarized eye wear which can be used for RealD 3D theaters. Prices are very reasonable with lots of choices:

Accessories Eyewear Circular Polarized

http://www.tru3d.com/products/view_p...509&Product=3D

Thanks to JOHNnDENVER for making me aware of this site.

This is the site that I was aware of:

http://look3d.com/

They are promising a "shopping cart" soon.

Guys, has anyone purchased the glasses from tru3d? If so are they any good? Also, are the lenses glass or plastic?
post #406 of 644
As I said, cough Lee change the OP cough, Contagion's not 3D, Avengers isn't being shot in 3D and might not be 3D at all, and John Carter is 2D-3D. According to RealOrFake, MIB is conversion too. I did find this.
post #407 of 644
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by cakefoo View Post

As I said, cough Lee change the OP cough, Contagion's not 3D, Avengers isn't being shot in 3D and might not be 3D at all, and John Carter is 2D-3D. According to RealOrFake, MIB is conversion too. I did find this.

Done!
post #408 of 644
Thanks for updating the OP Lee. There's also the update from Tarsem Singh about Snow White being 2D.
post #409 of 644
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Originally Posted by cakefoo View Post

Thanks for updating the OP Lee. There's also the update from Tarsem Singh about Snow White being 2D.

Updated.

Just post the changes here and give me 24 hours to make the changes to the particular schedule. We have 3 you know.
post #410 of 644




post #411 of 644
Here's a trailer for The Darkest Hour, a movie I recall being mentioned several times on Collider, but never knew what it was or that it was even shot in 3D.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-plsvdRUgtU
post #412 of 644
Gravity is set for 11/12/2012 and Journey 2 moved back slightly to 2/10/2012.
post #413 of 644
70% CG, Fincher likes motion capture, will be more like Avatar than Tintin, more "dense" as he puts it (realness and detail I guess is what he means, so yeah)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-foDoWa2j5E
post #414 of 644
Episode I conversion is done and Lucas has given his approval.

http://www.comicbookmovie.com/fansit.../news/?a=44225
post #415 of 644
I read Collider said that the 3D in Fright Night wasn't that good, but this guy disagrees:

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Tim Burton's lovely real world scenes in Alice in Wonderland had me thinking that yeah, even a straight Jane Austen adaptation or period piece could benefit from the new and improved 3D. The fact that I thought of Alice as I watched the glorious smoky shadows, aerial photography and low-light chases of Fright Night tells me this may be the most beautiful 3D movie to come along since.

Not to review it a week early, but visually, it is gorgeous. Bravo, Javier Aguirresarobe.

http://blogs.orlandosentinel.com/ent...3d-movies.html

I personally thought the scene in AiW with the crowds of people gathered at the party at the mansion on the lawn was a memorable shot in 3D. It's the only thing I actually remember about the movie aside from what's in the trailers.
post #416 of 644
Thread Starter 
FINAL DESTINATION 5 Sees A Stellar 75% Of Revenue From 3D *AND* Stereo Box Office More Than Doubles Last Year

http://marketsaw.blogspot.com/2011/0...lar-75-of.html
post #417 of 644
Yes but horror movies always do high 3D shares. Also, that's a report about 2009 vs 2010 revenue. So it's really 8.5 months past relevant.
post #418 of 644
Immortals trailer



I hated the first couple trailers for blandness, but this one gets a thumbs up
post #419 of 644
How Ridley Scott came to direct the new 'Blade Runner'

http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/movi...el-sequel.html

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It could be either a sequel, a prequel, or even an inspired-by type of picture a la "Prometheus," which is related to but not closely affiliated with Scott's 1979 science-fiction hit "Alien."
post #420 of 644
Surprised to read this in the newest Empire magazine:

The production has been complicated not just by a furore over Will Smith`s enormous motorhome, which drew complaints from residents of downtown New York, but the decision to shoot in 3D. "Honestly, at the moment it`s more of a chore for Barry and (director of photography) Bill Pope," says Parkes candidly.
"Barry`s style as a comic director tends to be very flat and wide. It`s all about great big wide shots, with something funny going on in the background while there`s a deadpan conversation in the foreground. That`s really tricky to do in 3D. On the other hand, the action sequenses and locations - we actually start the film on the moon - will really pop in 3D.

Could be old quote?
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