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WB tweaking 48fps look of The Hobbit for Comic-Con?

July 11, 2012 at 2:34 pm by linuxelf  - 

From At CinemaCon in April, Peter Jackson presented a exclusive ten-minute preview clip of The Hobbit. The footage, played at 45 fps, received mixed reviews from fans: complaints mainly due to the footage looking both hyper-real and unfinished.

According to Jeffrey Wells,  Warner Brothers is considering “massaging” the unnaturally realistic look of the 48 fps format of “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey” for Comic-Con. They may add grain to the footage to make it look more cinematic and less like high-def video.

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Posted in ComicCon, Conventions, Events, Hobbit Movie, Hobbit Movie Rumors, Production, Studios, The Hobbit, Warner Bros. on July 11, 2012 by Source:
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4 responses to “WB tweaking 48fps look of The Hobbit for Comic-Con?”

  1. clearcut1 says:

    I say leave it as is and let the world catch up to Jackson’s vision. We’ll get used to it soon enough.

  2. jillkennedy says:

    Leave it alone! I think it looks beautiful. And deep down, I think fans would have preferred if a fat Peter Jackson would have directed “The Hobbit” rather than the less successful (commercially and creatively) thin Peter Jackson…

  3. alex says:

    I will only watch the movie in 2D 24 fps. I don’t like the soap opera effect

  4. Wicked says:

    Please remember that he also had a vision for The Lovely Bones, and we all know how that turned out.

    No director/artist is infallible, and not every vision of a visionary is the correct one.

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