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The whole project is based on the Nickelodeon series. So, we know that the Paramount Pictures production is scheduled for release in July but, now, we must add that it will hit global screens in three dimensions.
What we also had a chance to hear, is that Paramount is spending between $5 million to $10 million to make this 3D conversion happen.
And, yes, some people could guess this was coming especially when Last Airbender producer Frank Marshall wrote: “Looking at 3D test… Looking at 3D for various projects, I think it’s here to stay, but not right for all movies… So far, feels like it’s better to shoot in 3D rather than convert. After several 3D tests, I believe you can do a good conversion. Key is don’t treat it as a technical process, but involve the filmmakers.”
Good decision, or bad one, we’ll just have to wait and see!