Marc Webb Meets with James Cameron to Discuss 3-D ‘Spider-Man’

Tuesday, February 16 by

All my ladies in the house with they real hair, who don’t need welfare… Make some noise!!!

Looks like the makers of Sony’s Spider-Man reboot are taking steps to ensure they don’t completely mess it all up. Avatar producer John Landau announced that Marc Webb met with alpha-director James Cameron last week to discuss shooting in 3D. However, talks broke down with an abrupt cold-cock when Webb asked Cameron if he was sad that he never got to make his Spider-Man. Just kidding. The playdate seemed to go well and both Cameron and Webb enjoyed a lolly after the two finished playing trucks.

From Landau:

"Last [week] we met the director of [the next 'Spider-Man' film]. [Webb] wants to do the next one in 3D, which they’ve announced that they want to do. So, we want to try to support that as much as possible."

He then went on to address the films that don’t do 3D correctly:

"Clash of The Titans is coming out in 3D; they’re converting it very hastily into 3D. I’m not in favor if that. If you want to shoot a 3D movie, shoot it in 3D."

Daaaamn, Landau. Dems be fightin’ words. Though, I’d have to agree with him on this. Dude knows what he’s talking about. Yet I’m torn given his position on pterodactyl rape. (MTV)

 

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