Michael Bay and James Cameron aren’t two directors who make little movies. Even when they try to make little movies, they become big events. And love them or hate them, they are two men who make films that we love to talk about. More importantly, they are two directors who are always looking to push the boundaries of what is possible in the technical world of making movies. It helps that each of them is responsible for more than a few films that have grossed unfathomable amounts of money. When you make money like that, you can certainly buy nice toys.
A toy is exactly what they call their latest money-making technological boundary-pushing venture, the world of 3D. In a new video taken from a presentation put on by Paramount Pictures in support of Transformers: Dark of the Moon, the two titans of CGI adventure talk about moving into the third dimension, playing with their new toy and making something truly spectacular. It’s the kind of video that might just have you excited about a Transformers movie again. It’s also a video that, in a rare moment, shows Michael Bay to be nothing but a giddy child sitting next to one of his heroes.
Have yourself a watch below:
Transformers: Dark of the Moon is in theaters July 29, 2011.
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