AC/DC Resist 3D Fad
"From leaving the hotel, the streets were lined all the way to the gig, three or four deep with kids and you knew there was something special going on in the air. You could almost feel it," Johnson told the Associated Press. "The atmosphere was unbelievable. It is quite an imposing stadium. They were as one, just jumping up and down to the music. And it's a sight I'll never forget as long as I live. All audiences really rock—but all together? I've never seen that. They just seemed so happy to see us. I remember the smiles—thousands and thousands."
While the film was shot on 32 HD cameras, the band resisted the urge to shoot in 3D, as has become fashionable these days with the likes of U2 and Justin Bieber. "Who wants to see my nose in 3D?" Johnson joked. "They'll be running out the cinema." more on this story
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