The SM TOWN Live ’10 World Tour in L.A. performance is set to show in cinemas as a 3D movie.
The concert, held on September 9th at the L.A. Staples Center, was filmed by PACE which was founded by ‘Avatar’ director James Cameron and specializes in 3D movie production. Not only will the footage be used in promotions for sponsor Samsung Electronics’ 3D display products, it will also be created into a movie and shown in theaters.
A representative of SM stated, “The movie will probably be released in theaters between the end of this year and the beginning of next year. We believe it will be popular, not only in Korea, but also in China and Southeast Asia.”
Girls’ Generation and BoA have already filmed music videos with PACE, but this will be the first time that a Korean concert has been filmed in 3D. The PACE team and Samsung have already worked with hip-hop group Black Eyed Peas in their Manhattan, New York performance in March.
Source: [star today+DNBN]
Translation credits: email@example.com
Shared by: tohosomnia.net, http://iheart5uperjunior.wordpress
let's share this article on twitter :) Tweet