We reported last week that an upcoming superhero film was being pushed for a 3D "enhancement" and now it seems there may be deeper problems with the film. Hollywood Elsewhere is reporting that there are several other problems at the heart of The Green Hornet, which is now set for a January 14, 2011 release. Here's what the site's source had to say.
"Sony is not merely converting The Green Hornet into 3-D, but rewriting and reshooting sizable chunks of the movie. The action sequences don't cut together and [are saddled with comprehension issues]. This isn't a conversion -- it's an overhaul using 3-D as a smokescreen."
We'll be sure to keep you posted as soon as we have any new information on The Green Hornet.
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