Are you one of the many who do not get why every single movie needs to be released in 3D these days? Well, saddle up friends—it’s about to start getting worse.
Warner Brothers sent out a massive press release detailing some equally massive upcoming releases in celebration of their 90th anniversary, including a 100-movie DVD and 50-movie Blu-ray sets (but no 100-movie Blu-ray sets?!) with some of their best titles. You can see the full press release with a rundown of all the titles they’ll feature at the source link below.
But more interestingly, WB also announced that they will be converting the 1939 classic The Wizard of Oz to 3D.
Why they’ve decided to convert what’s considered to be one of the greatest movies of all time to 3D is unknown, as is how a movie that’s around 73 years old will look. Even movies today that are converted after the fact are widely believed to be quite awful looking.
Nevertheless, The Wizard of Oz 3D is on the way, and can be expected some time in September or October of next year.
What do you think about old classics being converted to 3D?