*Courtesy of Lions Gate
Saw 3D was originally scheduled to be released on October 22, 2010, but was pushed back a week to October 29, 2010. (USA)
Mark Hoffman and Jill Tuck will battle over Jigsaw’s legacy.
“Saw 3D was shot entirely in 3D using the SI-3D digital camera system; rather than filming on set traditionally and later transferring the footage to 3D. The sets and traps were redesigned to take advantage of this…Producer Koules told horror news website ShockTilYouDrop.com that there are eleven traps in the film, the most ever in the franchise.There is one “trap” scene in the film that producers would not allow in previous Saw films that they described as “too violent”, “too disgusting”, and “just wrong”…”