Tim Burton's last 3D venture, Alice in
Wonderland, did alright in the box office
but people were upset by its lackluster
3D presentation. Burton is going to try
to make up for that with
Unlike Alice in Wonderland, Mosterpocalypse will be produced for a 3D theater audience from day one. "Alice" was only transferred to 3D after filming had already been completed, in 2D.
Monsterpocalypse Roy Lee quoted the film's visual effects supervisor as saying that the movie was ideal for 3D "because seeing major cities destroyed and monsters fighting with robots would naturally lend itself to a 3-D movie."
As its title would lead people to imagine, Monsterpocalypse will be about monsters invading Earth and creating havoc (or shall we say, an apocalypse).
To further bring Tim Burton into the world of respectable 3D movies, the animated flick is going to be a Dreamworks production. Dreamworks is arguably the biggest proponent of 3D and its movies like Monsters vs Aliens have had some of the best, most authentic 3D presentation.
Monsterpocalypse is scheduled for release some time in 2012.