There's only three months between now and the release of Louis Letterier's Clash of the Titans remake, but star Sam Worthington told the L.A. Times they're not close to finished. Warner Brothers is apparently pleased with what they've seen so far, and the studio is getting out their wallet to add more bang for the buck to the FX-driven film.

"There were some creaky parts but they are the parts that we knew were creaky and that we knew were going to be creaky going into it," Worthington said. "The studio is also letting us add some gods and scenes. And they're talking about making the movie a 3-D film."

Is three months enough time to convert a film into 3-D? Do they scrap all of their existing marketing materials to reflect the change? I'm not sure if Worthington is just drunk with delight over this weekend's Avatar numbers, or if he's actually dishing out some insider information. If Clash is being converted to 3-D, I would expect an official announcement from Warner Brothers very soon, like this week. It seems like much too big a task this late in the game, certainly not without delaying the film's March 26 release date.
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