Wellington film director Peter Jackson is shooting experimental three-dimensional aerial footage in New Zealand as part of testing whether the technology could be used for his re-make of The Dam Busters.
The director said he wants to use new technology to make bombs leap out at the audience in his re-imagining of the 1955 classic war film.
He has done test shots of a Lancaster bomber and has ordered the construction of 10 replicas for a film costing over $60 million.
The newspaper said that if the three-dimensional footage was successful, there was a possibility for the whole movie to be filmed in 3D.
Last changed: Sep 04 2014 at 3:46 PMBack