WHAT: “Tim Burton‘s The Nightmare Before Christmas 3-D” preem at Hollywood’s El Capitan Monday, followed by an after-party at the Highlands.
BURTON’S CERTAIN: It’s always scary to see your movie tinkered with in post-production, so what did Burton think of the work done by 3-D innovators Real D?
“The movie is basically 3-D anyway, with the puppets and the sets, so it really felt like it lent itself to the process. I was very happy with it,” said Burton. “The technology is getting to a certain point — therefore the 3-D takes more of a subtle approach.”