Michael Bay on Transformers 3 in 3D
Hit the jump to read his response..
Jay.A.Ottley of MovieWeb while attending the secret press screening for Transformers 3 Dark of the Moon had a chance to ask director Michael Bay a quick questions about what it's like working in 3D.
"Good question, when Stephen, Paramount and myself came to the terms that the 3rd and final Transformer had to separate itself from the other two predecessors. We decided it had to be different and by making it different, we decided to make it 3D it was different, I had to begin grasping what 3D was and what it could do, its limit and limitations, but I was up for the challenge... I did the implementation stage, you know doing all the research and then I found the perfect answer and flaw to 3D...And that was simple. If it ain't shot in 3D then there is no f*cking point of it being 3D, and thats about as blunt and beautiful as the answer gets. I mean did you see such films as The Last Airbender or Clash of the Titans, they were mockeries and shambles to the power of 3D and what it is capable of. In brief term, you can't turn a 2D film, which was initially planned and created as a 2D film into a 3D film,it just doesn't work, because it was never meant to be 3D, because it was perceived and created in 2D. Because your not gaining the full capability of what 3D is actually capable of, with a post conversion your getting like a pathetic 20% job with poor results. If it ain't filmed and shot in 3D then it ain't worth seeing it in 3D. And well that's how you have to look at it, its either 2D or 3D not both...Its like trying to turn a romance into one of my films, it just doesn't make, sense."
To check out the original review article review, hit the link below.
Transformers: Dark of the Moon: Review By Jay.A.Ottley
Starring Shia LaBeouf, John Malkovich, Patrick Dempsey, Rosie Huntington-Whitely and Josh Duhamel, Transformers: Dark Of The Moon invades theaters June 29th, later this week!
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