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October 5, 2010 at 2:33 PM

Alice in Chains Seattle show to become 3-D movie

How do 3-D goggles look with flannel?

The Alice in Chains homecoming concert Friday at Key Arena will be filmed for a 3-D movie, according to HDlogix, a New Jersey company that will record the show and produce the movie.

Directing the photography will be Jeff Cronenweth, cinematographer of movies such as “The Social Network” and “Fight Club.” His brother, ad director Tim Cronenweth, will direct the concert movie.

After post-production is done, the 3-D version of the concert will be shown in theaters and released on Blu-ray 3-D discs.

It’s the first time HDlogix has filmed a 3-D concert in Seattle, although it was in town last summer to help with the 3-D broadcast of a Mariners-Yankees series.

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