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First three 'Shrek' movies converting to 3-D... for Blu-ray
DreamWorks Animation CEO has publicly criticized 2-D conversion of movies into 3-D (cough, "Clash of the Titans"), but that doesn't mean he won't consider the process for his own company's films.
Speaking at the NAB convention this week, Katzenberg announced that "Shrek," "Shrek 2" and "Shrek the Third" will all be converted into 3-D, but just for Blu-Ray release.
"Our movies exist in digital files to begin with," Katzenberg said. "To go back and rebuild to a quality 3D experience is not inexpensive, but we are about to achieve a pretty high quality result."
Katzenberg also said he's seen a test o James Cameron's "Titanic" in 3-D and, "It is spectacular. Jim is a perfectionist."
No word on when the first three "Shrek" titles will be available in three dimensions, but "Shrek Forever After" will hit theaters on May 21.