Fox Confirms X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST Was Not Shot In 48 FPS High-Def


You know that report from earlier today about Bryan Singer’s X-Men: Days Of Future Past being quietly shot in the high-definition, 48 frames-per-second process used by Peter Jackson for The Hobbit? Forget we said anything.

Variety has received word from a spokesperson for studio Twentieth Century Fox that the story which originated over at Aint It Cool News is “completely false.”

Initially unveiled with much hype, the process was first seen by the public with last December’s release of Jackson’s The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. Outside of the remaining Hobbit films and James Cameron’s announced Avatar sequels, no other films have been announced that they will be using the high-definition process in their production. Has criticism of the process scared filmmakers away from using the process?

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