‘Titanic 3D’ Conversion Featurette

Director James Cameron and producer Jon Landau discuss the lengths they went to for this 3D conversion, which sets sail in theaters April 4.
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‘Titanic 3D’ Conversion Featurette

The 1997 Best Picture winner Titanic is returning to theaters with a brand new 3D conversion April 4. 20th Century Fox has released a new featurette with director James Cameron and producer Jon Landau revealing why they wanted to convert Titanic into 3D, and what they want movie goers to take away from this new experience. Take a look at this Titanic 3D conversion featurette, and learn something new!


Titanic was released December 19th, 1997.

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  • thedude1 • 3 years ago

    James Cameron is sc*m of the Earth!!!

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    • felipe-11 • 3 years ago

      Whether you like the movie or not its cool to see the actual people working on the conversion in the computers, about halfway into the video.

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      • Jamie807 • 3 years ago

        They will milk this cash cow no matter what

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        • moviegeek • 3 years ago

          Just found out they're rereleasing Jurassic Park in 3D for next summer! Wow

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