Director Michel Gondry and actor/writer/producer Seth Rogen came to Picturemill to create a true stereoscopic end title sequence, to close their action comedy retelling of the classic masked crimefighter.
Inspired by The Green Hornet’s history in radio, comics, and television, Picturemill design incorporates expressive typography, bright color, and the classic 60’s Hornet to capture the theme and tone of the feature.
Rather than post-convert the sequence, Picturemill decided it was crucial to create all the assets in true Stereo, to maximize the effect in the theater.
“…the colorful end credits actually make sense to be in 3-D.”
– Kansas City Star
“The most effective use of 3-D is reserved for the pop Blam! Pow! moiré-patterned end credits.”
– Village Voice
“…success is the end title sequence—because it’s genuinely stylish, and because it looks like it was shot in genuine 3-D ”
– Joe Morgenstern, Wall Street Journal