Monday, January 10, 2011

Uh-Oh

Baz Luhrmann's Great Gatsby 'could be filmed in 3D' | Film | guardian.co.uk: "The Great Gatsby has been adapted for the big screen in the silent, monochrome and colour eras, as well as on the small screen, and even in a version for Korean audiences. Now F Scott Fitzgerald's classic novel of the gilded jazz age could be set for a turn in stereoscopic vision after director Baz Lurhmann said he was considering filming his new adaptation in 3D."

5 comments:

Ed Gorman said...

Oh yeah. Maybe Gatsby can throw drinks at people and make the audience scream and cringe. Or some of the flappers can shake their butts right outta the screen. I sense great reverence for the material here don't you?

Anonymous said...

Baz Luhrmann is all I need to hear.

Check please!

Jeff

Dan said...

And the next big wide-screen full-color 3-D remake: MARTY !

Cousin Nancy said...

You didn't know that you had it good back when you made fun of SNAKES ON A PLANE! By the way, check out...

http://news.travel.aol.com/2010/10/21/plane-crash-that-killed-20-being-blamed-on-escaped-crocodile/

...sorry now? Happy 2011, Bill!

Bill Crider said...

They always blame it on the croc!