Cameron Releases Scenes From Titanic 3D
Paramount Pictures and James Cameron just released eight scenes of the upcoming 3D-converted Titanic, designed to create a buzz and kill off any doubts that the conversion is less than top-notch quality. The money invested in converting Titanic to 3D amounts to 18 M$. The process took 60 weeks to complete.
Steve Weintraub from Collider.com said “The footage I saw this morning left me speechless. I’m not joking around when I say it’s the best post conversion I’ve ever seen and it looks like they originally shot it in 3D back in 1997.”
James Cameron and Jon Landau carefully selected clips based on what would trigger memories of the film and condensed the arc of the film within 18 minutes.
The 2D to 3D conversion of Titanic is likely to surprise movie-goers who do not regard conversion as an equal to filming in native 3D but there can be no denying that conversion is improving all the time. Watch the video report by Steve Weintraub here under.
in the news, Legend Film has confirmed they will 3D-convert "Top Gun" for Paramount.