Shortly on the heels of George Lucas announcing that he will reissue all of the "Star Wars" films in 3D, Paramount, 20th Century Fox, and Lightstorm Entertainment said they wanted in on this action by saying that the former leading money-making film, "Titanic" will be re-released in 3D in April 2012, shortly after "Star Wars Episode 1--The Phantom Menace" hits theaters in 3D.  The Titanic conversion will cost between 5 and 10 million dollars.  This id being viewed as an unwise and risky move by some insiders, based on the poor reception of a new version of the 80s classic "Clash of the Titans" earlier this year.  The theatrical releases of such high profile films in 3D is said to be merely a plot to support sales of 3D televisions because it's hoped that the built-in fan base will jump start 3D TV sales.