|Maverick says, "3D is swell."|
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Legend 3D CEO, Rob Hummel, said, "I think Top Gun lends itself to 3D because of the aerial flight." But wait, the comedy doesn't end there. Being a Maverick (Ha! See what I did?) of 3D, Hummel also said, "You can have fun with 3D by bringing things off the screen if they are not attached to the edge of the screen."
In other news, Steven Spielberg said, "You can have fun making movies by making sure the camera is turned on." *Note: He didn't really say that.
I'm not going to go on an anti-3D tangent here, though I could. This latest news shows that if there's a sign it could make money, studios are ready to pillage their movie catalogs to convert to 3D. 20th Century Fox, Paramount and Lightstorm Entertainment are currently transferring Titanic to 3D.
If you want an old movie to make money by converting it, why not try converting movies that tanked? Come on Hollywood, get Kazaam and Howard The Duck out there. I'm sure Cutthroat Island and The Adventures of Pluto Nash are just ripe for conversion. I'm sorry Hollywood, but the pattern is full.
Top Gun - 3D will come out in 2012, if Tony Scott gives his approval. I'm guessing once he sees the amazing spectacle of this scene in 3D he won't be able to say no.
What say you?
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