JJ Abrams Was Forced To Make STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS In 3D
The director claims that Paramount wouldn't greenlight the film if he refused to go by their ultimatum, click after the jump for more info.
Abrams states that the studio wanted to make the sequel in 3D for environmental reasons, but he thought it was "ridiculous". He also thought that the idea was very helpful, getting to work with stereographers. Stating how 3D was a pain to work with: "I have trouble with 3D sometimes. I can't see it right; I get a headache; it annoys me; I hate the glasses; I hate the fact that things get so dim". Approaching this in a very "cynical" way, using different techniques to enhance the picture itself, throughout this process to realize that 3D might not be a bad idea, in some cases.
Seems controlling that 3D was forced upon Abrams, but he seems enthusiastic about the technology. Be sure to check out the rest of the article, and leave your thoughts below.
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