Apr 27, 2011 04:17 PM EST

"Fast Five" 3D Version is Out

"Fast Five", the latest installment of the "Fast and the Furious" franchise, almost had a 3D version released, according to The Los Angeles Times.

While the film was never meant to be in 3D format originally, they did try to take a scene from the film and convert it to 3D, just to see how it worked. Apparently, it didn't. Donna Langley, Universal co-chairman said, "The test was not great. It was discombobulating and we discovered that the things that we find exciting about 3-D just didn't apply to a 'Fast' film. The way we shot the movie and, more importantly, the way we cut it does not lend itself to 3-D".

The type of filming, with fast and shaky movements, is not evidently not conducive to the 3D effect.

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