Older crafts rise to the challenge of 3D

December 2011
Daily Variety;12/13/2011, Vol. 313 Issue 50, p11
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The article reports that visual effects supervisor Rob Legato went to director Martin Scorsese and revealed the problem in the film "Hugo."


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