There seems to be a trend happening in Hollwood. Anyone else notice that the latest super block buster films are being broken into 2 feature-length parts or in the case of The Hobbit, 3 feature-length parts? It makes me wonder if producers intend on telling a complete and quality story by doing this, or is it that by breaking it into more parts, the profits for the fim will grow? Humm...Quality Storytelling or Greed?
If you're a fan of Peter Jackson on facebook, then you know he has been blogging about The Hobbit every now and then. In a recent post he talks about some of the gear and techniques used to shoot The Hobbit.
Leave it up to James Cameron to shell out almost 3 million dollars on new camcorder equipment. Recently, Jim Jannard announced that the Avatar director bought 50 of his company's Epic-M cameras for production on his newest Avatar films.