Los Angeles Museum of Art (LACMA) is hosting an exhibition of works by Tim Burton, and journalists interested in the director how he was going to shoot his new movie "Dark Shadows". It turns out that Burton has no plans to return to the 3D fashion and thinks that viewers should have a choice.
"I do not plan to shoot in 3D, - says the director. - I enjoyed working on "Alice" in 3D, "Frankenweenie" will also be in this format. People are divided into those who think all movies should be in 3D, and those who hate 3D. I think the audience should have a choice. Nobody can force viewers to watch movies in 3D".
Filming of "Dark shadows" began a week ago. This film version of the eponymous television series of 60s, who was very fond of Johnny Depp, and now he carries the dream of youth - playing vampire Barnabas Collins. In fact, "Dark shadows" have been a soap opera, but with the evil spirit. Burton confirmed that his film adaptation, is likely to be in a playful tone, but he has not yet decided on the general mood of the painting.
Besides Depp in the film are involved Eva Green, Helena Bonham Carter, Michelle Pfeiffer, Chloe Morets, Jonny Lee Miller and Jackie Earle Haley.
In 1752, Joshua and Naomi Collins along with their son Barnabas went from England to America to start a new life. But even over the ocean does not help avoid a mysterious family curse. Held for 20 years. Barnabas (Johnny Depp) becomes wealthy and powerful playboy. However, the game senses the charming Angelica (Eva Green) turns into a deadly mistake: the girl with a broken heart is a witch, Barnabas doomed to a terrible fate. She turns him into a vampire and buried alive. After a couple of centuries Barnabas released back to his destroyed Collinwood mansion, whose occupants hide their dark secrets.
The film release is expected to be in May 11, 2012.