Warner Bros Pictures have come out with two brand new featurettes exposing what happens behind the 'Journey to the Center of the Earth 3D' camera and the 3D technology used.
Leading to the theatrical release of Brendan Fraser's latest fantasy movie, Warner Bros. Pictures bring "Journey to the Center of the Earth 3D" closer to the moviegoers by presenting two brand new featurettes. The two videos offer behind the scene looks into the adventure fantasy film as well as the unseen footages cut from the forthcoming tidbit.
Focusing both of the video on the 3D technology used for the filming process, the two video footages work as different notes to the film. The first which is entitled "Meet the Director" contains clips showing interview with the people behind the making of the film, including director Eric Brevig, 2nd unit director David Dozoretz and producer Charlotte Huggins. Meanwhile, the second which called "The New 3D" serves as the one to explain about the 3D format itself and how it is applied on the movie.
From Brevig, the visual effects supervisor of "Peter Pan" and "The Day After Tomorrow", comes an incredible 3-D adaptation movie about a world beneath Earth's surface. The film starring also Josh Hutcherson and Anita Briem is based on the famous classic novel by Jules Verne. It tells the story of an unorthodox science professor who happens to come across a major discovery with his nephew. Wishing to explore more on the finding, the two travel to Iceland only to find themselves in a journey they can never imagine. "Journey 3D" will arrive in theaters on July 11.
Featurette - Meet the Director:
Featurette - The New 3D: