James Cameron to Spend $18Million on Converting the Titanic to 3D

Studios and filmmakers are committed to 3D although there is definite push back from the theaters. Higher ticket prices help the theaters, but they are faced with the studios making them pay for the 3D glasses. An expense the studios have absorbed so far. Cameron feels that 3D is going to improve but the time is right to convert. Disney saw a big theater attendance for the re-release of The Lion King in 3D, with Beauty and the Beast coming out next. Titanic will take a year to convert.

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