It was confirmed last week that the untitled Spider-Man reboot will be shot in 3-D. There were many that were upset and annoyed by that news, but shouldn’t have even been surprised that it was, although.
The producer of “Avatar”, John Landau, revealed that James Cameron met with Webb to discuss the film being shot in 3-D.
Thanks to ComingSoon.net:
“Last [week] we met the director of [the next ‘Spider-Man’ film],” Landau said. “[Webb] wants to do the next one in 3D, which they’ve announced that they want to do. So, we want to try to support that as much as possible.”
“Other movies are turning to it now, some of which I agree with, some of which I don’t agree with. ‘Clash of The Titans’ is coming out in 3D; they’re converting it very hastily into 3D. I’m not in favor if that,” Landau explained. “If you want to shoot a 3D movie, shoot it in 3D.”
Now, when he says “Webb wants to do the next one in 3-d”, I think what he really means is Sony wants it done. We all know that Sony are the ones in control of this project. Hence why Webb is even attached to the project.
I do agree with what Landau said that SOME films benefit from 3-D, like “Avatar”. But this just another example of a film that DOESN’T need to shot in 3-D. Since he did talk to Cameron about, then it could only mean something good.
What are your thoughts on this?