There was speculation when it was announced that “Clash Of The Titans” was to feature re-shoots that it will also be converted to 3-D. Last week Warner Bros. was going to make there final decision on the issue.
After seeing a test screening of 3-D they decided to convert the film, but also convert the upcoming “Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows” films as well.
Thanks to Collider:
“After seeing a 3D test print of the film, WB is not only giving an extra dimension to Clash, but according to Heat Vision, they’re casting 3D(-imus?) on to both Part I and II of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. Since conversion costs have been falling, it will “only” cost $5 million (studio chump change, life-changing money for the rest of us) to convert each film into 3D and another $5 to supply the 3D glasses.”
I was just hoping that “Clash of the Titans” wasn’t going to be supporting the 3-D gimmick, but I should have known that it was. I am surprised that WB decided to convert “Deathly Hallows”, but again I should not have been.
As a result of the conversion to 3-D, the release date for COTT has been moved a week back.
Are you glad to hear COTT and “Deathly Hallows” will be in 3-D?
“Clash of The Titans” is set to hit theatres on April 2, 2010.
“Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows, Part 1” will hit theatres on November 19, 2010. Part 2 on July 15, 2011.