Nothing is sacred anymore. Nothing. This 3D craze is just going too far. It’s one thing to take a modern film during this latest jump-off-the-screen phase and convert it into, well, let’s face it, subpar 3D; but now that people are going back to films that were made years ago to give them the pop-up-book treatment, our stomachs are really starting to hurt.
According to Screen Daily Japanese studio Toei is preparing a 3D version of Kinji Fukasaku’s cult action thriller Battle Royale.
Fukasaku’s son, Kenta Fukasaku, is supervising the 2D to 3D conversion in Tokyo through his production company Fukasaku-Gumi. The 3D version of the original will be ready for market screenings in October and released in Japan on November 20th.
Why? Why must you torture us like this? What did we ever do to you but support your films? It hurts. It … just … hurts. Just as annoyed? Sound off below.
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