It looks like Sam Worthington wasn't joking around when he revealed last month that Warner Bros. Pictures will convert their upcoming Clash of the Titans to the 3D format. While the studio itself has been silent on the reports, HR's Heat Vision confirms the remake is being adapted to the 3D medium.
The website also reveals that Harry Potter fans can expect the same 3D treatment in the final installments of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, with part I scheduled for November 19, 2010 and part II scheduled for July 15, 2011.
Warners refused to confirm the decisions with the Hollywood Reporter, but an announcement on "Titans" is expected by week's end. Official word on the "Potter" pics is also expected soon.
Conversion expenses have been coming down, so each film will cost just $5 million to change into 3D. Warners also will absorb an additional $5 million expense per pic to pay for 3D glasses for exhibitors handling the movies.
The studio has also pushed Clash of the Titans back one week to a release on April 2, 2010.