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Wizard of Oz, 3D conversion announced for 2013

The Hollywood Repoter:

Warner Bros. chairman Barry Meyer and other executives revealed the new 90th anniversary logo as well as multiple new DVD and Blu-ray Disc collections coming in 2013, including enormous 100-film DVD and 50-film Blu-ray collections.

One such classic The Wizard of Oz, will get special 3D treatment next year for its disc release, which includes a theatrical release to kick it off.

It will be interesting to see how they handle the sound stage backdrops (like the yellow brick road going off into the "distance"). Do they leave them as flat backdrops to recreate the sound stage experience? Or do they convert the backgrounds into 3D even though the audience knows they are looking at a flat painted wall? I'm torn.

Backdrop dilemmas aside, this is great news! Could Singin' in the Rain, It's a Wonderful Life or Marry Poppins be next?

Read the original article at THR.


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