A new featurette for the release of Titanic 3D has been unveiled. Whether you’re a fan of the movie or not, it’s obvious that James Cameron has put an insane amount of work into making sure the 3D re-release is well worth your money. Sadly, this featurette doesn’t give us a look into the actual post-conversion process, but we do get to see a number of pristine looking scenes from the film intercut with Cameron speaking about the film. He explains that before they began with the 3D they went back and cleaned up the picture, so even if you go to see it in 2D it should be pretty damn good-looking.
Steve caught 18 minutes of the 3D footage and he raved about it being the best post-conversion he’s ever seen. The third act of the pic is some of the most intense 40 minutes put to film, so I’m looking forward to having a panic attack while almost drowning in IMAX 3D. Hit the jump to watch the featurette. Titanic 3D opens April 6th, 2012.