Director James Cameron’s next big project is expected to break the mold in 3-D cinema.
Press Release Service – Wired PR News — James Cameron, who directed the highest grossing film in history, Titanic, is again pushing the envelope with “Avatar,” a 3-D film which is expected to take 3-D cinematography to new heights, as reported by the Associated Press (AP).
As noted in the report, Cameron’s first 3-D movie, “Terminator 2” was made with heavy equipment, which made it difficult to get certain shots. However, a more lightweight camera, which Cameron helped invent, is being used for the making of “Avatar.” Vince Pace, who helped Cameron create the camera system used for the movie, is quoted by the AP as stating, “If you know Jim Cameron, it’s all about pushing the envelope.”
Moviegoers will reportedly be required to wear polarized glasses in order to get the full effect of the film. Nahum Villalobos, who was recently shown some of the footage from the film at Comic Con, is quoted in the report as remarking about it, “I’m speechless. Its more extraordinary than any other movie that is out there, or has been.”
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