First look at James Cameron’s Titanic 3D
JAMES Cameron has taken his “2.99D” version of Titanic out into open water.
The director of the Oscar-winning 1997 film and producer Jon Landau previewed 18 minutes of assorted footage that has been converted into 3D for next year’s rerelease of the film.
The mastermind behind Avatar joked that it wasn’t fully 3D because Titanic wasn’t filmed in 3D. He was quick to note, though, that most other converted 3D films are just “2.4D”.
“I think it looks spectacular,” said Cameron. “If I had 3D cameras at the time and there had been 3D theatres at the time, I certainly would have shot it in 3D.
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