James Cameron on The Hurt Locker in 3D

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“It was David and Goliath. Goliath had made more than a couple of billion dollars and ‘The Hurt Locker’ had made about what it cost to shoot, about $15 million.

The Academy always likes to be the great equalizer. But I don’t begrudge her any of that. I couldn’t think of a better outcome for our lives. I got my Oscar. She got her Oscar.”

Ok, this is funny as well, you must admit whether you like Cameron’s work, or you just think that he’s one hell of a moneymaker. Funny, but true.

So, maybe, and just maybe, Ms.Bigelow could take a little look at this opinion:

“I think The Hurt Locker would have been better in 3D. Absolutely. It wouldn’t have been hugely better in 3D, but I’m talking a future where you don’t have to put ‘in 3D’ on the movie poster anymore, the same way you don’t put ‘in color’ on posters anymore. “

Just another Cameron’s way of promoting his 3D world, or something that could actually be a positive critique for all directors out there (including his ex-wife)? Judge for yourself!

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