The seventh episode of "Star Wars" is a reality, though, and standing away from all the fans and spiteful critics for three years. Let's try to bring together all the rumors and speculation to get even the most advanced idea of what to expect.
Let's start with what is already known for sure.
First, the "Star Wars" will be at least one new trilogy. Secondly, George Lucas has lost after the sale LucasFilm creative control, which means that its participation will be limited to simple consultation of respect for the former merits. Third, the new trilogy will not be based on the numerous books and comic books, which were printed in existence for 35 franchises, and will become a standalone project. And fourth, the first part will be presented to viewers in 2015.
Most likely, the new owners of the "Star Wars" will try not to annoy fans with another prequel. Moreover, that climb even further in the past the Skywalker family does not make sense. It is therefore logical to assume that Walt Disney will focus on creating a direct sequel to "Return of the Jedi." And therefore, we should expect to see in the picture though much older, but familiar faces. Without Harrison Ford and Mark Hamill any extension will have as much sense as the sequel to "Ghostbusters" without Bill Murray.
An indirect confirmation of the validity of these assumptions is George Lucas talk with Hamill, which was before the official announcement of the sale of LucasFilm.
I would suggest that a trilogy is not limited. Most likely, Walt Disney is betting on six films. And if the first three Han Solo and Luke Skywalker will still play a role in maintaining excitement among fans, in the second place it is not there, and we have to get used to completely new characters. Most likely, it will be the descendants, and who find themselves on opposite sides. Naturally, their confrontation over a happy reunion, as it should be in all the movies of the studio.
Now fantasize about who could be the producer of at least the first trilogy.
Steven Spielberg. The most obvious candidate, not only because of the presence of experience in filming big budget science fiction movie, but also because of the proximity to the current head of Lucas and LucasFilm Kathleen Kennedy.
Neil Blomkemp. In 2013 he published his "Elysium," which should make it clear whether the success of "District number 9" random, or in front of us really new James Cameron.
Jon Favreau. Despite the failure of "Cowboys and Aliens" at Favreau has extensive experience in creating fiction family, and most importantly, a contract with Walt Disney to create the movie "Magic Kingdom" based on one of the amusement park.
Joss Whedon. The least obvious candidate, despite a contract with Walt Disney and the success of the film adaptation of his comic Marvel.
Darren Aronofsky. A very interesting candidate, refused to shoot a few big-budget science fiction projects, but foundered in the big-screen version as a graphic novel, "Noah."
There is no doubt that the movie "Star Wars: Episode 7" will be shot in 3D with higher frame rates. And, most of all ... its premiere will be moved to a later date, since in 2015 as chief blockbuster will be employed by one of the extensions of "Avatar."
A long time ago in a galaxy of Cinema lived George Lucas. In a short time this quiet and slowness man managed to turn a low-budget science fiction film in the vast empire LucasFilm, not inferior in its power of Palpatine's Empire, which determined the development of not just the individual genres, but entire entertainment industry.
So what did buy the Walt Disney Company for 4.05 billion dollars?
LucasFilm company itself and all of its assets, such as the studio LucasArts, the special effects industry leader Industrial Light & Magic and recording studios Skywalker Sound. All rights to the franchise, "Star Wars", and the associated production of multi-platform content and products. All other film projects of the studio, including "Indiana Jones." And much more.
What has George Lucas acquired from the sale of his assets?
About two billion dollars in cash and approximately 40 million shares of Walt Disney, specially produced for the occasion. Given the fact that even before the signing of Lucas, his wealth was estimated at $ 3.3 billion, he will be one of the wealthiest filmmakers in the history that will allow him to calmly deal with various projects, including charities. Not participating in the creation of future films in the series "Star Wars" directly, Lucas still retain influence the franchise through new chapter LucasFilm Kathleen Kennedy.
What is the outlook in terms of Walt Disney?
At first glance, the most optimistic. Virtually unlimited resources and waste even after the purchase of Pixar and Marvel business scheme will tap the enormous potential of "Star Wars" for the development of the theme parks, film, cartoon, cross-project, the mass production of souvenirs. All this should help to promote the brand "Star Wars" for further.
What is the outlook in terms of the audience?
But it is not all that obvious. Despite the successful adaptation of the comic book library Marvel, Walt Disney have no experience in the creation of a science fiction movie on the space theme, which is, for example, FOX. Attempting to remove their own "Star Wars" by the studio Pixar turned a nightmare "John Carter" and failed miserably, resulting in a loss of a couple hundred million dollars. No better things to attempts of popular fantastic projects in the past, like the same "Throne." Now everything will depend on the producer Kathleen Kennedy and her ability to build really strong team, which will continue the story of the far-distant galaxy.
The truth is yet to resolve a number of technical issues, the most important of them - the right to hire already shot movies, which until 2020 owned film company 20th Century Fox. It is obvious that Walt Disney, representing their films on their own, is unlikely to want to share such a bold piece of competitors.
While it is clear just what will never happen. Unique empire of LucasFilm, subject to a unique truly independent filmmakers of our time.
Four actors are considered for the vacant role of Harry Osborn, Peter Parker's best friend, in the continuation of "New Spider-Man." Among the candidates, is Sam Claflin, who stars in the sequel to "The Hunger Games", and Eddie Redmayne, the star of the drama "7 days and nights with Marilyn."
It is interesting that the other day were called very different actors - representatives of independent cinema rather than commercial. Among them was Dane DeHaan of "Chronicles" and Alden Eyrenrayk of "Tetro." The idea was that Harry was a dark type, but they were not taken.
Now Marc Webb listens very different four. Actors prettier and better composed, as Harry Osborn, according to the comics, took his father, the Green Goblin, and to revenge Spiderman.
Perhaps the most famous in the four today is Eddie Redmayne. British actor became famous for his role in the drama of Robert De Niro's "The Good Shepherd." Filmed in historic paintings "The Golden Age" and "Another Boleyn Girl" and the series "The Pillars of the Earth." This year, he can be seen in the film "7 Days and Nights with Marilyn" and in the musical "Les Miserables".
Compatriot of Eddy, Sam Claflin is quickly gaining popularity. He starred in the fourth film of the franchise, "Pirates of the Caribbean", played the prince in "Snow White and the hunter," and is currently shooting in Finnik Odeyra role in the film "The Hunger Games: And break out the flame."
Another representative of Albion - Douglas Booth. The actor starred in the series "Great Expectations," but his finest movie will come next year, when there will be a romantic drama "Romeo and Juliet", where Booth played Romeo. Now Douglas is shot in Darren Aronofsky "Noah."
The only American in the team - Boyd Holbrook, who began his career as a model, and is now gaining fame for western "Hatfield and McCoy". Holbrook starred in the film adaptation of the novel by Stephenie Meyer's "The Guest", as well as a new project of Terrence Malick's "Outside the Law." In addition, the actor took part in the filming of Steven Soderbergh's biographical drama about the pianist Liberace.
Of course, the studio Sony has not commented on this information, so there is hope for the film industry insiders.
"The new Spider-Man 2" will be released on May 2, 2014.
Starring in the TV series "The Walking Dead" Andrew Lincoln and Sarah Wayne Callis in an interview with Collider talked about what should expect fans of the series from the third season. WARNING, spoilers!
- What does it happen between your characters in the third season?
Andrew Lincoln: We are in the worse situation. I think the events at the end of the second season resulted in permanent estrangement between Lori and Rick. Of course, they are trying to improve relations for the sake of unity in the group and for themselves in the first few episodes. They try to overcome this alienation between them.
Sarah Wayne Callis: I do not think that the current situation, they would be able to find a way, if not the end of the world, and not the fact that all those whom they knew had died. This fact can not be overstated. Now Shane is not there, and Rick and Lori grew up together, they know each other from school. If it was not end of the world, each of them would have gone their way - too much pain and irreparable loss. But in this situation, you feel: "I can not bring myself to leave. I can not bring myself to look in his eyes. I do not know when it will end”.
Andrew Lincoln: We made a conscious decision to avoid eye contact, because every time we see each other's eyes, we experience a sense of shame and guilt for what happened.
Sarah Wayne Callis: The problems started not because I hinted to him to be careful, and he killed Shane. I think we both understood, it will all end. In a sense, it was a great success. I warned my husband that someone would try to kill him, and as a result, won the "right" guy. But then Rick tells me that he wanted Shane to die, and I cringe instead to run to him with open arms and comfort him. This is one of the reasons I like it how the writers have presented their marriage. This couple does not go mad because his wife was having an affair, and her husband killed her lover. It would have been trivial. They are heartbroken, because Lori fears, killing Shane, Rick will like him. He is also necessary that at this point she said: "You're a good man. I forgive you and I love you." Instead, she recoils from him.
- What, in your opinion, is the strength of the series "The Walking Dead"? Maybe, in its singularity, unlike the traditional TV show?
Andrew Lincoln: I do not know. I was attracted to the role because Rick goes to extraordinary journey full of dangers. But in fact, the trick is in all acting faces, not only Rick. We film the show for three years with one team, and all these people are great. Every one of them - a fan of the show, it is expensive. They are eager to tell this story through a cool incredibly complex, but there are real characters.
Sarah Wayne Callis: I recently watched the ceremony Emmy, where everyone was talking about the Golden Age of Television. The fact that the serial drama on cable gave us the opportunity to see not just the same stories that are slightly different from each other with the words and costume characters. I'm thinking of something like "Breaking Bad" or "Mad Men", in which during the season we watch the huge changes in the lives of the characters. What is happening on TV right now, due to the confidence and ability to offer the audience storytellers long history and believe that the audience will watch its development.
- In your opinion, Laurie pretends to support Rick or she actually believes his actions correct?
Sarah Wayne Callis: What Lori certain for sure is that her husband - a man whom she can safely follow. Regardless of the relationship between them, she recognizes a leader in him.
Andrew Lincoln: His story mesmerized me this year.
Sarah Wayne Callis: Carl is not easy. He suffered more than the rest of the rift between Rick and Lori. Children are able to adapt to different situations but parents' divorce or death of one of them. I think nothing of what had happened - the murder of Shane when he turned into a zombie, a sense of responsibility for the death of Dale (Jeffrey Demanov), death of Sophia (Madison Linz) in front of him - was not as heavy as parents problems. His journey in this season will be difficult. Will Rick forgive Laurie whether Lori forgive Rick - these are the main issues. Chandler does his or her part perfectly, the nuances in his game are startling.
Andrew Lincoln: Watch the boy - he is a terrific actor! I'm sure he is 48 years!
- How do you think the relationship between Rick and Lori - this is something that helps everyone else stay sober thoughts?
Sarah Wayne Callis: I like that these two love each other at the cellular level. Lori does not know who she was in this life without Rick. Everything they do, they do in the first place for one another. I tried very hard to save the life of Herschel (Scott Wilson), because I do not want to think about what will happen to Rick. Rick was a prison, and I do not have to worry about the baby. This is a unique gift exchange between two wizards. "I can not look at you. I can not talk to you. I'm so ashamed that my heart aches. But I'm going to kill myself, just to make sure that you will be alright."
- In the first two seasons, we have seen the differences in worldviews of Shane and Rick. What is similar and different perspectives on life of the Commandant and Rick?
Andy Lincoln: They will shoot us if we answer this question. Last season, the enemy was within the group, and now the enemy is outside. Of course, this is for the benefit of history, and it's great that we have a space for the narration.
Sarah Wayne Callis: For us it was worse, in any case, since we left the farm of Herschel. In the first two seasons, we watched the confrontation between Rick and Shane, for those whose philosophy is to win, and who of the two will prevail. In a sense, the Commandant develops a similar situation. We have two leaders who have implemented their policies and values.
- How difficult was it to shoot the first episode, in which no one said a word?
Andrew Lincoln: I think that our world has become quieter, and it's scary. By necessity we have become a telepathic group. This family - a strong team, because we have to be a single organism, or we will die or give up. Family for Rick equally his weakest and strongest place.
Sarah Wayne Callis: I think that this method brings us back to the pilot. The pilot episode was incredibly quiet. The danger in this show, as we have, is that you get lost among murderers and zombies. And scenes and moments full of poignant silence - insanely scary. This is incredibly cool.
In an interview with ComingSoon resource Chris Hemsworth told of how being shot in a comics "Thor 2: Dark World."
On working with director Alan Taylor.
"I like the way that Alan brings naturalness to the fantastic world of "Game of Thrones" and I think “Thor 2" it may benefit. Matter how mysterious or sci-fi film will be released, it builds on the reality. This the whole point. Working with Alan, you see that he does not want Thor be aggressive. He wants to make him to look more real".
On the work on the image of Thor.
"Now I read and reread the script numerous times. I work with a guy who, in addition to putting my voice, also deals with various other things. We divide the script into sections and analyzed in details by the characters, and we're trying to figure out what a person or character or last character is doing as it appears to us, why he said so, and not in another. This analysis leads to a heap of questions about the hero, and that's cool. And so we are working on the film, so that after it is sometimes hard to switch to something else. "
Why for the Norse god was selected an English accent?
"This emphasis seems acceptable in accordance with the world in which lives Thor. Probably no other reason than the fact that it in fact was the case in all of history. In addition, Anthony Hopkins, who is Welsh, and his voice sounded similar tone. Course, I can not play Thor, as an Australian, otherwise viewers think that I represent, nicknamed Crocodile Dundee!"
On the atmosphere at the set of "The Avengers."
"Basically, we're all going on and just started laughing. We pin up each other, as long as someone could not stand and say," Stop, we're shooting a movie here! "With Robert Downey Jr. terrific sense of humor , which appears in any of his characters. He lives such as the screen. All the time I was trying to keep up, but there was always 10 steps behind him. All the guys I learned something, and I admire them! "
Last month has died Neil Armstrong. First man on the moon. Torrentreactor can not pass by this sad event and grieve together with the world.
Trip to the Moon (1902)
The first movie trip to the Moon committed a great Georges Melies. Spaceship just shot out of a cannon. Earth scientists running around the planet, met with extraterrestrials, slept in a vacuum and lunar cool, happy, flew home with the best memories of the holidays.
Catwomen from the Moon (1953)
The second large-scale expedition of humans to the moon was even more successful first. Astronauts arrived there have found a crater full of nice and welcoming girls, hatching evil plans to seduce these successful men and beautiful earth people. But our heroes get the most fun of weightlessness in the company with the moon maidens, returning to their home planet.
From the Earth to the Moon (1958)
Step into the past. In the 1860s, the U.S. industry is developing at lightning speed, two of the most talented and eccentric metallurgist decide to build a spacecraft in deep mines and from there to run the ship to the moon. Surprisingly, they do, the ship starts to the moon, but then the problems begin. One of the mechanics, convinced that this whole thing is not pleasing to God, breaks the ship. The heroes landed safely on a Moon, but there is no turning back.
The first official expedition to the moon under the UN flag on the moon UK. It turns out that one British scientist invented something called "Cavor," even before the birth of the Queen. This English gentleman flew to the moon back in 1899, along with a companion and his wife. Unfortunately, instead of beautiful cats on the moon again appeared unsympathetic aliens who felt the British disgusting. Stole their ship and were brutally killed for it. A moon since belongs to Her Majesty.
Film in two parts. The first - the purely scientific and serious, scientists discuss the satellite. The second part - a great fantasy about a future in which the Soviet Union built on the moon amusement park with blackjack and communism.
2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)
The last film to the real moon landing. Stanley Kubrick closed the topic of colonization of the moon, showing it as the first step of mankind to conquer the universe. People find a message of ancient leading into the depths of space. And humanity is leaving behind and the Earth and its satellite with great amusement park.
Apollo 13 (1995)
The third real flight to the Moon and serious problems encountered on the way. Vehicle accident and attempts by the crew to return to Earth. All ended well, but the Moon has remained only in their dreams.
Sixth Element (2000)
Colony on the moon, too, sometimes built. And without any problems, but then again there have been producing clones and space superspy flew there on a tour. Beautiful lunar spaces and weightlessness, the perfect place for a comedy of nefarious people and aliens who want to take over the world!
The farther into the future, the more pragmatic people are. Spit into space, spit on the moon. Lone engineer monitors the production of a rare substance, and maintains record communicates exclusively with the robot. And of romance - just a sad look at the blue planet in times of mortal anguish.
Apollo 18 (2011)
More than a hundred years since the first film about the conquest of the moon, and mankind continues to inhabit it with something not very nice. For example, in this film a simple mission to collect samples of experimental suddenly confronted with strange aliens and demons die ignominiously. It's still early for mankind to get into space.
The Iron Sky (2012)
Yet people can live on the moon. To build airships, ride mopeds and live in underground bunkers. Moon is ready to shelter even the Nazis, which her lifeless expanse not a burden.
Who: producer Eric Kripke and JJ Abrams now think they know everything. No Hollywood movie producers do not match the fame with Abrams. Series from JJ Abrams - and much is immediately clear. His series are very different in quality: there are masterpieces that have failures, but some general philosophy and direction of the observed times. For Kripke same is true attempt to step up a notch, giving all his best ideas to Supernatural, he left his most famous project, and take a few new ideas. Revolution and the first of them, apart from producing he is also responsible for the script.
Casting: Billy Burke, Giancarlo Esposito, Tracy Spiridakos, Tim Guinn, Zak Orth, JD Pardo and Elizabeth Mitchell!
About: The world lost electricity. Instantly and everywhere. Humanity is immersed in darkness and degraded to the agrarian state. After 15 years in one of the farming community comes punitive force of unknown function, and trying to arrest a man who was involved in some way to the oldest event. Commune, dissatisfied with this intervention, strikes up a fight, as a result of which the hero dies. His children go on a road trip for answers and his uncle, who also "knows."
What we know:
The series starts on channel NBC, which is in deep crisis. All new items, any level of quality, it safely fail and almost never get a second season.
A series of pilot is shot by Jon Favreau.
Elizabeth Mitchell will be solely in the flashbacks of the past, of which promises are not enough.
Expectations: fiction series with riddles for the last time there were many, and none of them revealed. Have not yet seen any significant differences from the Revolution has failed "Alcatraz" and "Events". For the series should be treated with a fair amount of skepticism and knowledge that no response will likely never be given. Although a couple of good ideas and creators may delight, Kripke has somehow created in a dull and hackneyed genre a good story, why not to repeat?!
The director of "Star Wars" George Lucas answered questions about the stereo Episode I - "Phantom Menace".
Has the stereo "Star Wars: Episode 1 - The Phantom Menace" undergone some changes with regard to characters or plot? Or was it the usual conversion to 3D format?
"There is nothing unusual in changes, because most re-issued films contain them. But for some reason, when I decide to change things a bit, everyone thinks that is the end of the world. These eternal dispute between the filmmaker and the studio because the studio can make any changes to the film, not even putting in a famous film director ... My job is to make a film as good as possible, and now this the best film of Blu-ray-version. That it was done in 3D. But it was just a conversion. We have not changed anything, just the format. "
People can be ridiculously fanatical when it comes to their favorite films. What do you think about this?
"Well, it's not a religious event. I hate to explain it. This movie is just a movie. Question of who fired first in Episode IV - Han Solo or Greedo - I wanted to clarify a long time, but that's just upset the fans, because they wanted it to be a solo, cold-blooded killer (as it seemed in the original film). In fact, it is not. Just scene was filmed in close-up, and it was unclear who fired first. Now I've slightly expanded the frame, and it became evident that the first was Greedo. But still want to believe that Khan was first pulled the trigger. "
"It's the same with Yoda. We tried to make it in the CGI-image in Episode I, but we have not met in time. Technology has not been worked out, so we had to use a doll, which, of course, inferior in quality CGI-image. Therefore, when preparing to re-issue, we replaced the dummy CGI-way as originally planned. "
"Pay attention to the" Blade Runner "- it was cut 16 times, and there are many versions of this film. In" Star Wars "an original version, just with the progress we will improve it a little ... All art - it is technology, and they go forward each year. And on the set, and in music, painting is the improvement and development of new methods and ways. And because the movie - the process of technological, improved methods of production is more than obvious. "
What is the status of "Indiana Jones 5"? Steven Spielberg says that awaits your decision.
"I know, and it is assumed that I was working on it right now, but instead, I chat with you (laughs)."
Midnight Sun - a new project of NBC channel, a remake of the Israeli series Timrot Ashan (Pillars of Smoke). Lisa Tsverling (ER, Flash Forward, The Event) wrote the script of pilot episode.
Alaska. The town with a population of about 1,500 people. Residential complex "Midnight Sun", which settled environmentalists trying to change life for better. Their community, but rather a sect, is headed by Maxwell Bennett, a charismatic leader with the appearance of Hollywood star. On the sectarians were not paying attention. Until today ... when all 37 people disappeared in unknown direction. They seemed to have evaporated.
To investigate the case is taken Sam Fuller, a deputy of sheriff. Local people used to the oddities of Bennett, but there is a limit. To the surprise of Sam in a few hours of all interested in the FBI, from which comes on the scene agent Leah Kafka. Feds fifteen years closely followed by Maxwell, suspecting him in several acts of eco-terrorism. Bennett owns real estate across the country. His organization received solid contributions. Four years ago, Bennett moved to Alaska, where he founded the "Midnight Sun". Since then, nothing remarkable. The FBI believed that all this time he was getting ready for something serious and the disappearance of people - this is just the beginning of action.
The plot of Midnight Sun can’t be called original. How many TV series / movie about the mysterious occurrences have we seen? Hundreds! However, the script is notable for a rare piece: the main character, Leah Kafka, appears only on the fifteenth page, when a quarter of the history is behind us (in the pilot script - 63 pages). During this time, Lisa Tsverling (Screenwriter) has time to look at Bennett people and walk on their premises through the eyes of four year child, to present a dozen of characters, to initiate an investigation, headed by Sam. If we do not read series description, then we can decide that Sam - the main character. In modern cinema, it is impossible: if the protagonist is not represented in the initial stage, he is obliged to be present in the second. Serial world operates on slightly different rules. But still - a brave and risky move.
Leah - the observer, she does not make decisions, the search for missing directs and coordinates the sheriff Garth Harring. But in order to please and be remembered by the audience, the hero must act, so Leah takes the initiative: poll of local residents, tells them how to organize a search. But her good intentions do not like sheriff, who without the help of "lady in expensive clothes," does well his job. Thus, the writer introduces a line, which is always running - a stranger in a small town, coming into conflict with the local population.
Since Leah is not so simple. She hears strange voices and a bit of suffering hallucinations. Since coming to Alaska, have passed three days, but Leah has not closed her eyes because of the constant sunshine. Her glitches are the blame of insomnia, or something else?
Closer to the finale the girl will establish relations with Sam, with whom she investigates the matter, and they have a number of clues. However, the pilot can’t just go to the blackout. Over the last ten pages of interesting facts emerge about the past of the protagonist, forcing a fresh look at the story. In addition, because of certain events in Leah's suspicions appear that the inhabitants of the town is full of skeletons in the closet. Can she trust them?
Midnight Sun - unhurried detective with good characters and the desired portion of the mystical and mysterious elements. Hopefully, if the channel will order a series, further action is not reduced to the countless secrets for the sake of new secrets, and will emphasize on the characters, atmosphere and stick to more or less verified storyline.
Martin Scorsese and James Cameron in an interview with THR resource discussing the film "Hugo", demonstrated at a private screening in the cinema DGA Theater in Los Angeles and talked about the importance of stereoscopic format.
- Marty, this is your first experience with a stereoscope. How do you use 3D to make the "Hugo" more interesting?
Martin Scorsese: I understand that the staging of our story requests the use of space and depth elements. I had to work with the mechanism of 3D, which creates more than just an image - films, which unite the people. The images that appear on the screen disappear, but the emotional impact they make on the audience, remains.
James Cameron: I think the movie was very emotional.
Martin Scorsese: In addition to 3D, which I really liked - this flying everywhere camera - I was trying to move the viewer in the world invented by us, and above all - the children. When every morning on the floor, I met with my young actors, the first thing I did was hugged and kissed them. And I really wanted the audience to experience the same feeling.
- Do you think that 3D will bring the viewer to what is happening on-screen action?
Martin Scorsese: Yes, we have investigated this aspect by asking: "What are the advantages of stereoscopic version?"
James Cameron (referring to Martin Scorsese): Pay attention to the fact that you favorably took the idea of 3D on an intuitive level. You learned the process of shooting and said, "Oh, I can do this and that alone." You do not have to wait for 3D-specialist, who would have tried to explain that in your power, and that - no.
- Jim, in your opinion, were there moments in the film, which benefited from 3D?
James Cameron: Do not share the film and its format. Of course, this story took a master like Martin Scorsese, working in 3D. It is noteworthy that this story is in some measure destroyed the myth that invented exclusively for 3D high-budget commercial films. With stereoscopy, we are winning in color, composition, camera work, acting. In all.
Martin Scorsese: I think a big mistake to have become fashionable assertion that 3D - a trick bag of tricks. You have to understand that when a director before the first image of the future starts to look like the movie, he realizes that the audience will want to get sound, color, large screen depth. Two films of the Lumiere brothers were stereoscopic.
James Cameron (referring to Martin Scorsese): Your film is about the earliest days of cinema magic. The connecting link is the message. Sitting in the theater, imbued with a sense of mystery. In general, you just incredibly managed to complete your amazing series of original films.
Martin Scorsese: Either way, they would come up with 3D.
James Cameron: Can you imagine Méliès digital gadgets? The guy would have gone mad with joy.
Martin Scorsese: Well, he was a genius and true magician. He understood that this is an illusion. And then he learned to use it in a movie.
James Cameron: It's all a fraud.
Martin Scorsese: Fraud.
- In your opinion, "Hugo" serves as a good example for filmmakers who doubt that 3D is suitable for this genre?
James Cameron: I have been firmer, that doubts about the use of stereoscopy for drama are unfounded. People automatically think that is good only for a 3D shooter and science fiction. And when suddenly a genius, like Marty, takes a similar film, unnecessary stereotypes in the minds of Hollywood bosses can be broken.
Martin Scorsese: Any story is worth stereoscopy. I'm serious. Shakespeare in 3D. Studio Time Warner should convert "In the case of murder, dial" M "in the three-dimensional image. This will only increase the drama of the picture.
- Can other filmmakers get for themselves something to note, guided by your experience?
James Cameron: I can tell you personally about my reaction to this. The fascinating film has made a great director, who applied all the latest technical innovations related to 3D. We will all need to focus and prepare to conduct long conversations about 3D.
Martin Scorsese: I like 3D! This format gives us a delightful opportunity for creativity. All aboard!