Vince Pace


Much of the talk these days is around shooting in 3D vs. doing 3D conversion in post-production. One works (see: Avatar) and the other clearly does not (see: Clash of the Titans and The Last Airbender). And ever since it was announced that Michael Bay’s Transformers 3 would be released in 3D, the assumption has been that it would be done in post-production. That’s not the case, says a new report.

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