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Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Pixar's "John Carter Of Mars" To Be In 3D?

Someone is not eating the right catfood...

We know that ALL of Disney's and Pixar's future tentpole animations will be made in 3D, so when AWN asked the very pointed question of whether JOHN CARTER OF MARS would be in fact 3D, Pixar General Manager Jim Morris quiped: "I hope not!"

Huh?

For those curious cats out there, JOHN CARTER OF MARS is an Edgar Rice Burroughs classic book that centers on a Civil War veteran who gets taken to Mars and the adventures ensue.

He goes on to say when asked about whether it is strictly animation or a blend with Live Action: "JOHN CARTER is in its very early stages and there is much to figure out about that so we'd be premature."

"We are looking at a variety of different approaches and techniques for that ... We're kind of a bit early in the development of that."

"I'm sure I speak for all of the science fiction geeks, fans and aficionados when I say it's finally time to see that movie. And I, for one, am delighted that Andrew Stanton is the guy that's making the movie, because he's a story-driven guy."

Hmmm. Story is great and all that, but me thinks that Mr. Morris is going to get squirted with the ol' Pixar water gun soon. Real soon. 3D is it dude.


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