Though I wasn't able to attend the Comic-Con panel with directors Peter Jackson and James Cameron, I've been catching up on what the two heavyweight filmmakers had to say, and it looks like there was much discussion about 3-D movies. Working on his upcoming 3-D movie Avatar apparently "prompted [Cameron] to look back on another big-budget, special-effects project in his rearview mirror. The director said he plans to 'dimensionalize' (convert to 3D) his 1997 film Titanic."
I find it interesting that someone would want to make a tragedy like the sinking of the Titanic into a 3-D flick, though I suppose it would intensify the experience of watching that movie. Would you go to the theater to see Titanic in 3-D? Or is this a terrible idea?