We knew this would happen sooner or later. While at this year’s Comic-Con, James Cameron spoke about the possibility of his epic hit Titanic being re-released in 3-D. At the time, he said they only had a few minutes of test footage to go on, but it could definitely happen down the line. According to Reuters, the director’s 3-D dream is about to become a reality thanks to the recent Hollywood trend that’s sweeping the nation.
Disney is leading the way in 3-D releases with films like Alice in Wonderland, Tron Legacy, and the reissuing of Toy Story and Toy Story 2. Special effects company Lightstorm Entertainment have previously run 3-D tests on two of James Cameron’s films, Titanic and Terminator 2: Judgment Day. Sources are saying we can expect to hear an official Titanic announcement in less than a year if everything goes according to plan.
Is it bad that I’m more interested in seeing T2 in 3-D than Titanic? It’s a historical epic, with romance and everything else under the sun, but I want some hard core action. The ship only goes down once, explosions and destruction reappear in Terminator every 25 minutes. Hopefully, they aren’t blowing smoke because I’m more than interested in seeing a couple of James Cameron’s films in 3-D. Lets do this!
What do you think about seeing Titanic or Terminator 2 in 3-D?