Scorsese was asked by Deadline if he would prefer to shoot all his movies in 3D going forward. “Quite honestly, I would,” he replied. “I don’t think there’s a subject matter that can’t absorb 3D; that can’t tolerate the addition of depth as a storytelling technique.The film-maker continued: “We view everyday life with depth. I think certain subject matters aren’t meant for 3D but you have to go back to Technicolor; when it was used in 1935 with Becky Sharp. For about 10-15 years, Technicolor was relegated to musicals, comedies and westerns. It wasn’t intended for the serious genres, but now everything is in colour. And so it’s just a different mindset. Granted once the technology advances and you can eliminate glasses that are hindrances to some moviegoers, so why not? It’s just a natural progression.”
Paradoxically, 3D pros hail Warners decision as an important step forward for 3D. For the first time, the argument goes, a studio has drawn a line over quality, preferring no 3D to bad 3D.
Another death of 3D article shared by @ebertchicagoWhy 3-D is already dying – Jul. 27, 2010.
So, Harry Brown, Streetdance 3d, and Precious walk into a bar… Which film should you see? Listen to find out. (Btw, theres a spoiler for Harry Brown between 33:13 – 35:00)
.I might just save this image for my upcoming review of Streetdance 3D!