Release Date: November 19, 2010
No it isn't. The studio couldn't finish converting it in time for a November release, so only Part 2 is going to be 3D now. I'm actually glad because movies that are converted into 3D usually look horrible and gimmicky. Only movies that are shot with 3D cameras from the start should even attempt it.robert HENRY said:It is in 3d, but they are also providing this in standard 2d.
I think it was necessary to split it into two parts because for once, they're doing the right thing and incorporating everything important thing from the book into the movie, and with the last book, every word is importantSpotLight said:This movie looks amazing, but wtf at them splitting it into 2 parts? Talk about milking it...