Hello, all. I've been a fan of the original show for as long as I can remember, and it's nice to see the possibility of a movie coming out. Now, I know that there will probably be some 3D work done for the movie, and I don't have anything against that. But I do feel that at some point, the 3D aspect can take away from a video rather than add to it. Yes, there is a limit to what can be done with a physical car, but unless it's absolutely necessary, could 3D be left out/limited? It's nice to watch the old episodes and see the stunts being done by a real car, as it helps to complete the illusion of reality. The same is true for dialog and acting while driving around somewhere. Yes, it may be easy to do green screen stuff and put a video of the scenery behind them, but doing the filming in a real car that's really driving and turning through real roads.... Well, it just helps make things feel.. real.
I know it's not my place to tell a studio how to do the special effects for a movie, but I feel that despite the advancements in special effects over the years, the majority of those done in the old show hold their ground much better than the new show. (flames, long chase scene through a twisty road yet no movement of the passengers in the car, changing into a pickup, etc, etc)
Good luck with the movie, and I hope it comes into fruition!