If you haven’t been paying attention, we here at Nerdbastards have posted on the Joss Whedon upcoming Avengers, Marvels biggest tent pole film. We’ve been on it like stink on a Monkey and will continue to do so.
Anyway, production began last month and the big question for the movie has been how it’s going to be shot. Specifically, will it be in 3D? Thankfully one of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes took to Twitter to dispel the rumors.
During a small Q & A with fans @Mruff221 otherwise known as Mark Ruffalo told his followers, one in particular, that the film is not being filmed in the 3rd dimension.
“Avengers not being shot in 3D.” You heard it straight from Bruce Banner himself, he’s a scientist after all. The studio is bringing the biggest comic book heros together for one movie, filled with special effects and story to match it, yet 3D is being passed. That’s interesting. I would think this would be one of the rare situations that the 3D experience is warranted, but it’s certainly not a necessity.In fact, it means the cinematography wont be compromised by filming in 3D.
Oh gawd, I just realized… it could still be post converted. Gah! I hope the hell not!
The Avengers, starring Robert Downey, Jr., Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth, Samuel L. Jackson, Scarlett Johansson, Jeremy Renner, Mark Ruffalo, Cobie Smulders hits theaters May 4th, 2012.
Via: Comic Book Movie