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Shark Night 3D

No doubt hoping to avoid the stigma of Jaws 3-D, David R. Ellis (Snakes on a Plane, Final Destination (in 3-D) has been signed to direct Shark Night 3D.
In Mike Fleming's exclusive at deadline.com he reports that Shark Night 3D "will shoot this summer in Louisiana. Incentive Filmed Entertainment is financing a $28 million film its makers hope will be Jaws for the 3D generation... The script was written by Jesse Studenberg and Will Hayes, and the film will be produced by Mike Fleiss, Chris Briggs and Lynnette Howell... Ellis has the perfect resume for what is designed to be a scary 3D ride. Aside from directing Snakes on a Plane, Ellis last directed The Final Destination, a film he shot with 3D cameras, same as he will do for Shark Night 3D. Ellis is experienced in water shoots: he was second unit director on such films as The Perfect Storm and Deep Blue Sea. The animatronic sharks will be created by Walt Conti, who was responsible for the sharks in Deep Blue Sea, the supersized snake in Anaconda and the whales in the Free Willy films."
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EdGross
4/6/2010
Deadline.com

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1 Comments

huh. might be cool. but could be hokie. i wasnt too impressed with deep blue sea.
superdog - 4/7/2010, 9:35 AM

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