Posts Tagged ‘3d’

Logan’s Run Remake in 3D

Donnerstag, Juni 3rd, 2010

Warum, oh warum nur? Mit tausenden von geeigneten Science Fiction Büchern und Kurzgeschichten die nur darauf warten verfilmt zu werden, fällt denen nichts besseres ein als geliebte Klassiker mit Kopf-, und Augenschschmerz verursachenden 3D Sperenzchen zu verwursten.

Via /film:

Last week it was revealed that commercial director and Ridley Scott protege Carl Erik Rinsch is in talks to direct a remake of Logan’s Run for Warner Bros/Joel Silver. MTV got a chance to talk to Silver who was promoting Splice this week, and the mega-producer confirms that the upcoming remake is being developed as a 3D movie, and should be shot with 3D cameras.
“I’d like to make ‘Logan’s Run’ [in 3-D],” he said. “It’s a movie I’ve always been intrigued with, excited by. We’re writing a script now and that should be a big 3-D movie and it should be devised and shot in 3-D. I think if we can pull it together, then it would be.”

Georgios Cherouvim: Erebus

Freitag, März 19th, 2010

Ein schicker kleiner Animationsfilm über die Kollision zweier Planeten.

Erebus from Georgios Cherouvim on Vimeo.

There once used to be a small but beautiful blue rock somewhere within the vast void of the universe. Life appeared on its crust relatively fast and as usual through out the evolution, one of the species dominated the rest, by forming complex societies to overcome its primordial survival needs. The dominant inhabitants progressed technologically, excelled in many different fields within their closed society and managed to build establishments on every corner of the planet’s terrain. But during the process of solving these initial problems and building their dream utopia, more problems would arise faster than before, making their daily lives gradually more and more complicated. The time came when their overcomplicated society demanded so much devotion, that they stopped questioning other, more fundamental issues. It was then, when they even stopped looking up the heavens. The sky that once used to inspire and guide them will now bring them disaster and Erebus.

|Georgios Cherouvim’s Protifolio; via agaudi|


Freitag, Oktober 30th, 2009