Roger Ebert: “The final film will be in 3-D. This installment was once planned for retrofitted 3-D, but Warner Bros., a studio that enforces traditional standards, decided against that after observing the disastrous results of other 2-D films converted to 3-D. Presumably the next film will have its 3-D done well. It will suffer in brightness and clarity, and that is a shame. Look closely at the 2-D opening Warner Bros. logo here and you will swear itâ€™s in 3-D.”
I thought they’d made the decision to do Deathly Hallows in 2-D because it was a better way to make movies, apparently not. I hope they distribute it as 2-D as well, otherwise there’s a good chance we won’t see it in theaters. 3-D gives my wife a headache, and it makes for less of a good experience in my opinion.
The Marquee Blog(CNN): “In an interview with Empire magazine, the three stars of â€œHarry Potter and the Deathly Hallowsâ€ â€“ Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint and Emma Watson, who play Harry Potter, Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger, respectively â€“ opened up about filming, friendships and finally finishing 10 years of hard work. (Oh, and that highly-anticipated kiss scene.)”
Obviously I’m pretty excited about the final installment in the Harry Potter series, but also a bit bummed. We’ve had ten years of great stuff, now what? Twilight definitely isn’t the answer.
Also, does anyone else feel like November is the proper time to show a Harry Potter film? I know, that’s strange, but I like seeing them in November.
Oh, and one more thing. I really, really, hope they release it in 2D. 3D is crap. I’ll see it in 3D, if I have to, but I’d rather not.