Twixt Now and Sunrise Features a 3D Segment?Deth_Banger
You guys may remember a few months back, when it was announced that Francis Ford Coppola was quietly directing a horror/thriller with elements of Gothic/horror titled Twixt Now and Sunrise. Coppola came up with the idea for the movie after a alcohol-induced dream he had.
About a year ago Coppola was quite vocal about 3D, in which he didn't want to watch a movie with glasses on, as it becomes tiresome and was only interested in 3D when you could watch it without glasses.
So it comes as quite a surprise that his latest film Twixt Now and Sunrise apparently features a brief segment, which is in 3D. Now in all fairness I would find a brief segment where you wear the glasses for that one moment, more of an inconvenience than having to wear them for the whole film, but that's just me.
Now Bleeding-Cool have stumbled upon an interview where Francis Ford Coppola is interviewed by Ariston Anderson over at 99%. Now there isn't a mention of 3D in the actual interview but Anderson provides a preface in the following statement;
"He recently wrapped his latest picture, Twixt Now and Sunrise, based on an alcohol-induced dream he had in Turkey. The film even features the latest 3-D technology – but as a brief dramatic segment that serves the story, rather than the typical two-hour, multiplex gimmick."
As Coppola hasn't mentioned it himself, I'm going to wait until I hear it or read about it from his mouth, before I make to much of a judgement, but what are your guys thoughts about Francis Ford Coppola's recent film having a brief 3D segment?
Francis Ford Coppola is a freaking legend so I'm sure it will turn out awesome, 3D or not, the guy knows what he is doing.
The film stars Elle Fanning, Val Kilmer, Joanne Whalley, Bruce Dern, Ben Chaplin, Don Novello, David Paymer, and Alden Erenreich.