JoBlo reports that The Hollywood Reporter reports (the latter won’t load on my browser, hence this indirect route) that 3D test screenings for Clash of the Titans went well earlier this week, and so the film will hit cinemas in 3 glorious dimensions. Clash looks like it could be a great action epic (the creature designs are particularly awesome), and 3D will mean that the effects are even more in-our-faces. Which is good. Usually.
Shockingly, WB has also decided to release Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Parts I & II in 3D, again meaning lots of magicflasherycolourfulsplosion effects coming right out of the screen at you. I enjoyed the use of the format in Coraline and Up, where it was utilised in a more subtle way to add more depth to a scene, rather than to exploit an insane amount of VFX (and our wallets), but the movies released this way will probably still look cooler anyway.