LONDON – JK Rowling’s Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is being praised for its groundbreaking 3D technology.
Audiences have been wowed by the amazing 3D of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child now showing at only one cinema in London. Fans who saw the film said that the experience was like nothing else they had seen at the cinema. Jenny Biscott told the Studio Exec:
It’s better than IMAX and IMAX 3D because it is so immersive. It’s almost like a hologram because you can see around the characters as they move and the resolution is just unbelievable. The level of detail is remarkable.
The film makers however are keeping the secrets of their technology under wraps, claiming hilariously that the film is not actually a film at all. There has also been criticism from Potter fans that the film is not going to be put into wide distribution, meaning that many are having to pay astronomically high ticket prices to see the show.
In the film, Jamie Parker plays a middle aged Harry Potter who sees his son go off to Hogwarts where he makes friends with the son of his old enemy Draco Malfoy.