Warner Bros. has announced that the two films of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" will both be released in 3D.
Rather than having been filmed in 3D, Warner will be using a conversion process. According to The Hollywood Reporter, early 3D-conversion tests on Warners’ remake of “Clash of the Titans” have gone so well that -- combined with boosted enthusiasm for 3D in the wake of the “Avatar” tsunami -- the Burbank studio has decided to release not only “Titans” but also the two-part “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” in 3D.
While Warners has refused to confirm this report, it is expected that an announcement will be made by the end of the week. With conversion costs coming down, it is estimated that it will cost the studio only 5 million dollars to convert the film, plus an additional 5 million per pic to pay for 3D glasses for theaters handling the movies.
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