Heat Vision is reporting that Warner Bros. will make a decision on whether or not to release Clash of the Titans in 3D in the next ten days. The executives will have a 3D test of the film and screen the converted scenes early next week.
That wording is a bit hazy. So by “converted scenes” is that to indicate only certain portions of Clash of the Titans will be in 3D?
Viewers should not expect the same type of 3D effect that made Avatar such an immersive viewing experience. That film was shot in 3D from the start. Titans will be a 3D conversion from its 2D representation (think the Toy Story double-feature which came out last year).
Well I guess theater exhibitors would be all for it, considering that more customers means more concessions to sell. Plus, releasing Titans in 3D would also show how much theater viewership will be predicated by 3D exhibitions.
Currently there’s at least 13 films for 2010 slated to have simultaneous 2D and 3D exhibitions. Many are family fare, with a few horror features thrown in (Piranha 3-D and Friday the 13th Part 2).
A show of hands, would you rather see Perseus battle the Kraken in 3D?
Source: Heat Vision
Tags: Avatar, Clash of the Titans, Sam Worthington, Toy Story