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    January 30, 2010


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    The Hogwarts school is all going for a 3D experience. Yes, Warner Bros will convert the last two movies from the Harry Potter franchise into a 3D format. According to Heat Vision Blog, Warners has been testing footage from its upcoming Clash Of The Titans in 3D which was done so well that the executives have decided to incorporate the same into Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows in 3D as well.

    Warner however refused to confirm it. With Clash Of The Titans conversion made them a little bit excited, the conversion will caused the release date of Clash Of The Titans to be bumped a week to April 2 from March 26. Also, a reported $5 million will be used to convert each film to a 3D one.

    Even so, the move to convert the last two Potter films to 3D will gave Warner a bigger sum of money as you can undeniably charging a bit extra for each 3D ticket. The remake of 1981 Laurence Olivier's similar title is expected to fetch Warner with about $200 million with the 3D, a mark that will certainly on to challenge 300's take.

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