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`Precious` in 3-D? Filmmakers predict 3-D dramas

By March 3, 2010Newswires

`Precious` in 3-D? Filmmakers predict 3-D dramas
by Jake Coyle

NEW YORK — Movies are evolving ever more into 3-D, a shake-up of the medium that has been compared to the advent of sound or color in motion pictures.

But if digital 3-D is so revolutionary, it will need to go beyond fantasy and animated blockbusters to drama and live action comedy. Explorations of Pandora may seem like the stuff of three-dimension wizardry, but what of a domestic drama such as "Precious" or a character-driven movie such as "An Education"?

When color was widely introduced to Hollywood moviemaking in the 1930s, was first used predominantly in musicals and other films thought to be perfect platforms for rainbow hues. Many filmmakers are predicting a similar genre expansion for 3-D.

"We see in depth, for the most part. We go to the theater — it`s in depth. Why couldn`t a film like `Precious` be in 3-D? It should be," says Martin Scorsese.

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