…shooting at 48 fps gives you much more of an illusion of real life. The reduced motion blur on each frame increases sharpness and gives the movie the look of having been shot in 65mm or IMAX. One of the biggest advantages is the fact that your eye is seeing twice the number of images each second, giving the movie a wonderful immersive quality. I want to draw the audience out of their seats, and pull them into the adventure. That is the experience I hope to offer moviegoers no matter which format they choose at the theater.The first screenings for Tom Hooper‘s ‘Les Miserables’ were held in New York on Thursday, November 22nd and the reception has been overwhelming. Les Misérables will be released in the US on Christmas Day with An Unexpected Journey arriving on December 14th, 2012.
With the Thanksgiving break now in the rearview mirror, the Oscar race tightened up with the screenings of Zero Dark Thirty and Les Miserables, as well as Peter Jackson‘s The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey world premiere tomorrow night in Wellington, New Zealand. Therefore, two new international posters have gone online: French one-sheet for Les Mis in a larger size that’s on the tip of everyone’s lips right now and Japanese one-sheet, rather small, for the movie which features Bilbo, Gandalf, Gollum, Galadriel and the Dwarves. However, it might be the best we’ve seen so far. Additionaly, Jackson hits Facebook for a brief info: