The Trailer looked very interesting indeed, glad it was also an other EPIC project... ;)
People didn't like synced sound at first. People didn't like color at first. I feel like I can't just write-off 3D as a fad until we really start to figure out the new 'language' of shots for it. I've noticed in the Gatsby trailer that there's a lot more deep focus; rather than relying on depth of field to drive your focus to a character, it's using grading, subtle light cues, to draw the eye to what matters.
Saw the trailer before Prometheus and thought it looked like interesting film.
Nice example of Epic being used on what seems to be a more straightforward dramatic film.
Washington, Burgess, Zemeckis... Epic.
Let me remind you all that Don Burgess shot "Book of Eli" on Red Ones (non MX) . First big budget film to do so. 80 million budget. Don has invested in buying Epics now.
So we can say big budget Hollywood does use Epics for more than 3D....
And ... "the dance continues...."
The whole crash sequence is spectacular. It looks and feels real! This is one I'm looking forwards to seeing.
Wow great news!
Zemeckis is my favourite director! 3 of his films are in my top 10 list of all time and I was really excited when I saw the 'Flight' trailer last week! Now I am even more excited!!
The trailer looks fantastic and is a great example for good trailer editing, too. Definitely got me excited!
Looks like a great movie! Looked great on the big screen before Prometheus. Some amazing skin detail. I think the EPIC shines when not stuffed into studios with green screen.
One day technology will probably be perfect, everything will be in 3D and nobody will ever question it, but at this moment in time the artistic choice to go 3D has proven to be right in very limited cases (one of the best being "The cave of forgotten dreams").
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