Will 'Breaking Dawn' in 3-D Become Big Screen TMI?
"I think [what] Summit has been discovering -- as they've been seeing the 3-D material and the ease we've been able to work with it -- is that it's an incredibly viable format to work in," says director Patrick Lussier, who has previously worked with the movie studio behind the Twilight franchise.
So is it safe for us to assume Breaking Dawn will be shot in 3-D then? "That decision has yet to be made," the studio's distribution chief Richard Fay spills. "It's still the source of a discussion. A big factor is the perception of our audience. What are their feelings going to be? If it lends itself to being a better movie because of 3-D, then that's the technology we'll use."
Meanwhile, screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg is dishing details of her plan for Breaking Dawn's script. "The childbirth -- all the scenes, I feel -- should be on-screen. Would we actually see Edward's teeth through the placenta? I don't think so. I don't think we need to see that."
We especially don't need to see that in 3-D. Ick.