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‘Saw VII’ Going 3D
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‘Saw VII’ Going 3D

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‘Saw’ producer Mark Berg recently spoke about Saw VII’s 3D concept saying, “Saw, just by the way it’s shot, lends itself to being a 3-D movie. We saw a test that somebody did, a minute of Saw transferred from 2-D to 3-D and it looked great. We’re not going to transfer VII, but we’ll actually shoot it in 3-D. We want to be able to build the sets in a way that takes advantage of depth. We’re going to design traps to come out at you. The pendulum trap that opened the last movie would have been great in 3-D. There’s a lot of the movie we’re planning through the victims eyes, seeing stuff as it comes toward them. But I think the audience wants those moments where the weapon comes into the audience.”

Co-Writer Marcus Dunstan thinks this could only enhance the film stating, “It adds a whole new layer of discipline and criteria to creating these moments. We’ve had a very flat surface to try to get a reaction out of you. Now, we get to push out a bit and envelop the viewer, still maintaining the patterns that have worked and been successful, but also to raise it up a notch.”

Fellow writer Patrick Melton chimed in saying, “When you say you’re doing 3-D, everybody thinks you have to go out and show the widest vistas and the most majestic landscapes,” added co-writer Patrick Melton. “But in a way, when we go to 3-D on the ‘Saw’ films, it’s like an anti-3-D movie. We’re now in a box, and it’s going to make the house of horrors come to life even more. Now we have a lead character and you’re going to be inside this place with him and when things come out at him, they’ll also come out at you.”

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