Christopher Nolan, the director of the imminent Batman film, The Dark Knight Rises, will inevitably join the ranks of major Hollywood directors working in 3D, the firm behind the technology has claimed.
Although Nolan is one of the major directors to refuse to shoot digitally and in three dimensions, he will probably have a change of heart, like other big names, predicts Michael Lewis, the founder and chief executive of RealD.
“I’d love to get Batman, of course,” he told The Telegraph. “It’s going to be the biggest film of the year.”
Nolan is not the first to argue that large format 2D film offers audiences a more cinematic experience, but Michael predicted he will change his mind eventually, just like many of his colleagues did.
“Michael Bay said he’d never do 3D and then made the latest Transformers movie. Stephen Spielberg said he’s never work in 3D or even digital, but then did [in Tintin].”
“So I hope to get him [Nolan] at some point too.”
We also truly hope that we will have a chance to watch the latest Nolan’s movie in 3D.
The Dark Knight Rises, the third in his Batman trilogy starring Christian Bale, is expected to be the summer’s biggest blockbuster. Its premiere is in full swing and gets near and near as it is set on July 30.
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