By Ryan Parsons | Image property of Warner Bros, Variety
Clash of the Titans
Warner Bros. must have liked what they saw from the 3D test, as they have decided to give both Clash of the Titans and the final two Harry Potter films the 3D treatment.
Clash of the Titans Going 3D... Really
But they aren't stopping there. Cats and Dogs 2 as well as Guardians of the Ga'hoole are getting put in the third dimension as well. Avatar continues to prove that the 3D medium is the way to go, and Warner Bros is the first to respond. The only disappointing part is that these films were NOT made for 3D, and are getting the after-market upgrade. Don't expect Avatar-like dimensions, but rather 3D cutouts.
The only task left for Warner Bros. is racing Clash of the Titans through 3D rendering with the film's release coming up quick on April 2nd; yes, it was pushed back a week. The only people who could do it were Prime Focus Group, an Indian-owned visual effects house that has offices in Hollywood. The company announced back in December that they have a new View-D conversion process that is "exponentially faster" than anything else on the marketplace. Clash of the Titans will put this statement to the test.