Twilight producers considering 3D animation for series final installments
on Monday,February 15,2010 23:02
Executives at Summit Entertainment are considering making the fourth installment of the Twilight series a bit more graphic.
Although company representatives claim a decision has yet to be made, industry insiders speculate that Breaking Dawn will be produced in a 3D format, Risky Business reports.
Following the lead of recent blockbusters such as Avatar and Clash of the Titans, producers of the fantasy film series are considering entering the 3D scene with their adaptation of the final book, which may be divided into two movies.
Because tickets for 3D films typically cost more, some of the series' fans - the majority of who are school-aged children who will purchase tickets using their allowances - are begging the company to use standard production methods.
Industry analysts, however, estimate that the films' popularity will override any hesitations to pay for pricier tickets, which would make a 3D production quite profitable for Summit.
Company executives will need to make a decision by the end of the month in order to meet production deadlines.
The most recent film in the saga, New Moon, broke the box office record for midnight ticket sales on its opening night, according to the Los Angeles Times.
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