Nobody loves giant creatures and gods from Greek mythology fighting with each other as much as we do, so you'd hardly be surprised that this little bit of news has us fairly excited. According to the Hollywood Reporter's Heat Vision blog, Warner Bros. has ordered a test of the post-production 3D conversion process for Clash of the Titans. Granted, the film wasn't originally planned for or filmed in 3D, so the action-adventure would need to go through the rather expensive process that films like Joss Whedon's Cabin in the Woods or the eventual Star Wars 3D films will have to endure.
But would the process be doable by the film's March 26th release date? Would it require a delay? Or would they release a separate version of the film a month or two later?
It's difficult to say whether this "fake" 3D technology will result in the same kind of eye-popping visuals recently glimpsed by audiences in Avatar and soon to be seen in basically every movie ever made for the foreseeable future. That said, massive scorpions and monstrous Krakens going at it in one extra dimension sounds potentially kick-ass to us? What about to you?