Movies New Featurette Explains Why GRAVITY’s 3D Isn’t A Gimmick written by Justin Bolger September 23, 2013 With only eleven days until GRAVITY is released to theaters, Warner Brothers today released a new featurette for the Alfonso Cuaron film. In the featurette, viewable below, Cuaron is joined by Sandra Bullock and producer David Heyman. The trio offer their thoughts on GRAVITY’s purposeful use of 3D to enhance the film and immerse the audience in the experience of the characters. It’s nice to know that there’s a reason for the 3D of the film, and that it wasn’t put there strictly to up the movie’s total box office haul. I’m really looking forward to seeing this one next week in IMAX 3D. GRAVITY opens October 4. New Featurette Explains Why GRAVITY’s 3D Isn’t A Gimmick was last modified: February 21st, 2016 by Justin Bolger Related Gravity 1 comment 0 Facebook Twitter Google + Pinterest Justin Bolger previous post A Cornucopia Of New Images From THE HUNGER GAMES: CATCHING FIRE next post AGENTS OF SHIELD Composer Bear McCreary Shows Initiative You may also like ENDER’S GAME Scores A Hollow Victory October 31, 2013 The Pull Of ‘Gravity’ Intensifies With Another... July 25, 2013 Nolan Officially Piloting ‘Interstellar’ March 8, 2013 HERCULES Trailer Unleashed! March 25, 2014 First Trailer For The ROBOCOP Remake September 5, 2013 Warner Bros. Unleashes Godzilla Upon the World December 10, 2013 Moving Forward, No News Is Good News... March 3, 2017 Trailer: MIDNIGHT SPECIAL November 19, 2015 Open Forum: BLACKHAT January 15, 2015 It’s a Lovely Day for a new... December 10, 2014 Robert Reineke Yeah, the moment we move beyond asking the question “Is the 3D good?” and into the more nuanced, “To what effect and purpose does the filmmaker use 3D? Does it enhance the experience?” the better. If a reviewer wrote something like “The color is good.” these days without any additional explanation, it would be a weak review. 3D has to get to the point where it’s used purposefully with the director’s intent being behind it, rather than being shipped off to be post-converted by a random group of techs.