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Transformers: Dark of The Moon 3D Filming in Jeopardy?
BaCon - Saturday, November 27, 2010


According to "Insiders" who have reported to IESB there is some trouble with the 3D production on the film. Reported by their sources, it is the filming that was done with the 3D cameras that has turned out to be of low quality and may not be used at all. The Insiders's quote is pretty blunt: "The 3-D looks like shit and we don't know if we will be able to use all of it the way it is" Take this news as a rumor that Bay will probably be responding to real soon.

    "We first heard about the problem three weeks ago but needed to confirm with a few friends that work at several 3-D post-production facilities. As it's been reported, Transformers: Dark of the Moon has shot some scenes in native 3-D and the rest that was shot in standard 2-D that will be converted in post production. What hasn't been reported is that the footage that was shot in 3-D is giving the filmmakers some trouble. Our post production insiders are telling the IESB that Michael Bay is doing some scrambling trying to salvage the footage that was shot. "The 3-D looks like shit and we don't know if we will be able to use all of it the way it is," our insider tells IESB."


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2010-11-28
1:42 am

I cant say Im surprised. Bay never liked the idea of filming in 3D anyway. I wouldnt be shocked if it was actually him who is responsible for it looking like "shit". And how dumb are you gonna be? To film your blockbuster almost entirely without noticing it looked like crap? Unless you ... read more 
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