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I would love to watch Titanic in 3D. It is already one of the great classics and can't really wait to watch it from the other dimension as well.
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Agreed, the trailer for Titanic I saw when watching Hugo last evening was terrific, with great sense of depth not seen in the original. Cameron has been doing a great job with the conversion.

Love or hate (or in-between) his work (art) it's a fact that he is the Steven Wilson for film/3D quality.
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I just checked Amazon.com and Titanic 3d on blu-ray is available for pre-order.
The date of availability is given as May 15, 2012 and the price is $21.99.
Check it out!

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Ouch!! It's the History Channel. So sad.
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I'm just wondering how long it will be before it is available to purchase. Cameron will of course release the film to theaters on the anniversary... but when will the blu ray be available? and will there be a delay between blu ray and 3D Blu ray release dates? Only time will tell, but sitting on the fence can quickly become a pain in the a$$!
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I'm just wondering how long it will be before it is available to purchase. Cameron will of course release the film to theaters on the anniversary... but when will the blu ray be available? and will there be a delay between blu ray and 3D Blu ray release dates? Only time will tell, but sitting on the fence can quickly become a pain in the a$$!

Usually 4 months after theater release. But if the film is successful at the theaters it will be longer
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I think the 2D version of titanic on blu is coming out in April for the anniversary


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you might want to re-evaluate the "Titanic 3D" at amazon.
it looked to me like it was a history channel video.........
note the run time.........

note this link is for the Titanic 3D movie and no price set.....

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Titanic 3D Valentine's Day Sneak Preview Crashes Box Office Servers

http://www.movieweb.com/news/titanic...office-servers
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I don't understand the brouhaha. Same movie, same actors, same dialog, etc. Only difference is the conversion to 3D. No real difference to when studios convert mono films into surround sound films for home video releases. Or when they convert 5.1 theaterical releases to 7.1 for their HV release.

In both cases for 2012, the film conversion is being overseen by the original film makers; Lucas and Cameron.

I would love to see Ridley Scott do a 2D to 3D converson of Blade Runner.

Why the brouhaha? Same actors, same dialog etc, only difference is the conversion to 3D.
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Why the brouhaha? Same actors, same dialog etc, only difference is the conversion to 3D.

Try reading the 5 posts that proceded mine - then you will have a clue as to why I wrote that, which was back in May 2011
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If she's gonna make me watch Titanic, I'd prefer it to be in 3D

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Try reading the 5 posts that proceded mine - then you will have a clue as to why I wrote that, which was back in May 2011


2011 or 2012 its the same concept so i guess im confused how its ok to remake blade runner but not titanic in 3D
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2011 or 2012 its the same concept so i guess im confused how its ok to remake blade runner but not titanic in 3D

You are definitely confused if you think I said that. I said nothing of the sort. The opposite - remake Titanic in 3D and please Ridley Scott - remake Blade Runner in 3D too.

Hope that clears it up for you.
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If she's gonna make me watch Titanic, I'd prefer it to be in 3D

Maybe you can use that dual display LG technology to watch sports!


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Why would you even pay for another conversion even if it is Titanic? It's just another money grab for studios. I bet Cameron is in for the moolah as well being that he produced/directed the gold standard for 3D in Avatar. The only way studios are forced to put-out more native 3D flicks if we the consumers get more discriminating with our purchase power. Enough with the pseudo 3D's like Clash, Green Hornet etc.
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Maybe you can use that dual display LG technology to watch sports!

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Why would you even pay for another conversion even if it is Titanic? It's just another money grab for studios. I bet Cameron is in for the moolah as well being that he produced/directed the gold standard for 3D in Avatar. The only way studios are forced to put-out more native 3D flicks if we the consumers get more discriminating with our purchase power. Enough with the pseudo 3D's like Clash, Green Hornet etc.

Those movies are manure compared to the 3D in Titanic. The Titanic footage looks so accurate and it actually uses the whole 3D space intelligently.


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A movie with good 3D does not necessarily equal a good 3D movie!

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Agreed the trailer looked great. Not gimmicky. Subtle but added a great sense of depth. And it's a gorgeous looking film to begin with so seeing it on the big screen again is a treat


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As I previously posted, the trailer I saw for Titanic looked incredible, enough to make this release a "standard" next to Avatar & Hugo... cameron knows how do do it right!

I second "BladeRunner", one of my all time favorites, but I also have to again push for another film to be redone in 3D... Cameron's Abyss would be fantastic IMHO!
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Why would you even pay for another conversion even if it is Titanic? It's just another money grab for studios. I bet Cameron is in for the moolah as well being that he produced/directed the gold standard for 3D in Avatar. The only way studios are forced to put-out more native 3D flicks if we the consumers get more discriminating with our purchase power. Enough with the pseudo 3D's like Clash, Green Hornet etc.

Well studios exist to make money so any opportunity to do so is going to be taken full advantage of.

That said, I have no issue with studios releasing movies like Titanic converted to 3D as long as the filmmakers choose to do so and do it right. Every indication is that this is precisely what James Cameron has done with Titanic.

Titanic on a big screen in any dimension is an experience few will ever forget anyway. It is afterall a movie about a real ship with real people, many of whome died, something I for one never forget when watching it.
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As I previously posted, the trailer I saw for Titanic looked incredible, enough to make this release a "standard" next to Avatar & Hugo... cameron knows how do do it right!

I second "BladeRunner", one of my all time favorites, but I also have to again push for another film to be redone in 3D... Cameron's Abyss would be fantastic IMHO!

"Bladerunner" and "The Abyss", definitely!
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Well studios exist to make money so any opportunity to do so is going to be taken full advantage of.

That said, I have no issue with studios releasing movies like Titanic converted to 3D as long as the filmmakers choose to do so and do it right. Every indication is that this is precisely what James Cameron has done with Titanic.

Titanic on a big screen in any dimension is an experience few will ever forget anyway. It is afterall a movie about a real ship with real people, many of whome died, something I for one never forget when watching it.

Couldn't agree with you more.
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I would LOVE to see "The Abyss" in 3d. Still one of my all time favorite movies.

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Paramount moved the release date from April 6 to April 4.
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...Cameron's Abyss would be fantastic IMHO!

Agreed....I'd also stand in line for T2 in 3D....that would be epic

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Titanic on a big screen in any dimension is an experience few will ever forget anyway. It is afterall a movie about a real ship with real people, many of whome died, something I for one never forget when watching it.

Totally agree. I remember the first time I saw it I walked out of the theater overwhelmed with the tradgedy (which I had been pretty ignorant of previously), and I was even feeling a bit emotional. So I didn't think anything of all the girls crying. But then they started talking about "I can't believe he died..." and I got all piss'd....like WTH were we just watching in there As a historical drama, it was amazing, as a romance it was a bit cheezy.


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"Bladerunner" and "The Abyss", definitely!

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. But then they started talking about "I can't believe he died..." and I got all piss'd....like WTH were we just watching in there As a historical drama, it was amazing, as a romance it was a bit cheezy.

Yes, I cared little if at all about Rose & Jack, two characters who didn't even exist. I understand Jim Cameron's reason for including them, it gave the "girls", and I use the term very loosely, something to focus on but I would have been just as interested had these two not existed. A night to remember worked afterall!
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