As the 3D bandwagon grows by the day, professing to change moviemaking as we know it, there's been something missing -- not the moviegoers, nor little-known filmmakers, but rather the strong voices of dissent. In other words, the names that command the audiences, that rake in the big, mainstream bucks ... the biggies who could stand as creative roadblocks against the ever-enormous obsession to make anything and everything 3D.

It would seem like Christopher Nolan is that man. His visually stunning and eagerly-anticipated Inception is gearing up for release in only 2D, though it's just the sort of film Hollywood would want to come served in three dimensions. He and cinematographer Wally Pfister have spoken out against it in the past, and the director describes himself as "not a huge fan" of the whole 3D shebang. But don't celebrate quite yet ...
categories Movies, Cinematical