Clash of the Titans Will Be 3-D After All, Release Pushed Back
by Ethan Anderton
January 26, 2010
In Hollywood, everyday is 3D day! At the same time Harry Potter & the Deathly Hallows was announced as going 3-D, confirmation also came out of the woodworks in that same Heat Vision article that Clash of the Titans will also be released in 3-D. However, to compensate for the time it takes to convert this to 3-D, Titans' release has been pushed back to April 2nd, no longer making it a March blockbuster to follow in the footsteps of 300 and Watchmen. So it sounds like the studio was able to figure out a way to make the 3-D work despite Louis Leterrier's previous statements about an unfriendly timetable for a 3-D release. Read on!
Well, the 3-D naysayers almost had one blockbuster that wasn't going to leap into the third dimension, but it looks like no tentpole film is safe from the clutches of the recent trend of 3-D (except for maybe Robin Hood). This doesn't really make or break Titans for me since I think the film looks incredibly average, and 3-D isn't going to change the way that hard rock metal gets all in my ears enforcing the fact that it's just trying to hard to be a "real man's" movie. But I'm sure there's plenty of people out there who will eat this up, or throw it in the trash. So are you guys excited or disappointed to see Clash of the Titans in 3-D?