Inside the 3D Conversion of 'Titanic'

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James Cameron's shooting style on Titanic was "favorable to [3D] conversion" according to The New York Timeswho explains some of the details of Cameron's $18-million-dollar, one-year project to convert his 1997 blockbuster to 3D. Titanic will be back in theaters (and in 3D) this Friday. Read more here.



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