James Cameron has confirmed that his 1997 blockbuster Titanic will be converted into 3D.
Speaking at last week’s Comic-Con convention in San Diego, the director said that he was involved in the project to update the movie.
“We can’t call it dimensionalisation, we have to call it conversion. That’s the same thing, we’re going to turn it into high quality 3D. It takes about a year to 18 months to do it depending on the complexity. We’ve been told somewhere around a year, maybe 14 months.”
He continued: “We’ve tested it, seen a couple of minutes converted. It looks spectacular. But it really requires the filmmaker to be involved to make sure that the Stereo Space decisions are made correctly.”