International Broadcasting Convention

The film, starring Tom Cruise, is a classic aviation film in 2012. Hollywood will convert the 3D episode I of Star Wars and Titanic. The classic film of aviation Top Gun. Idols of the air, starring Tom Cruise, in 1986 returns to theaters in 2012 converted to the 3-d format, according to ahead of the CEO of the company Legend3D, Rob Hummel, quoted today by The Hollywood Reporter. The first images of the 3D version of the film could be seen Monday at the International Broadcasting Convention (IBC) in Amsterdam. What I have understood, they are planning its premiere in 3D at the beginning of 2012, although I know that they want to get the approval of Tony Scott director of the movie before going any further, said Hummel, whose company has an agreement with the Paramount Studio to share revenue from Top Gun to generate 3D. Top Gun tells the story of a young and ambitious pilot, Maverick (Cruise), obsessed with become the best at the controls of a fighter and tormented by the death of his father in combat. I think that Top Gun is provided to 3D for his aerial fight, said Hummel. In addition to Top Gun, Hollywood studios are planning brand new 2012 conversions from 2D to 3D productions such as Star Wars: episode I the Phantom, intended threat to February 10, or Titanic, which will debut in three dimensions on April 6. Source of the news: Top Gun will return in 2012 in three-dimensional version



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