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Virtually everyone associated with the project refuses to go on record, but the Top Gun sequel appears to have fallen apart in the wake of Tony Scott.s suicide earlier this year, and Paramount.s now trying to figure out how to handle the delicate matter of a 3D Top Gun it wanted to release in theaters. Converting older films to 3D isn.t exactly the rage (yet), but Paramount saw the success first-hand with the Titanic 3D re-release earlier this year, and Disney has had strong successes with Pixar re-releases as well, including the upcoming Monsters Inc. 3D. According to the NY Times, Legend3D (Hugo) completed the conversion on Top Gun with contributions from Scott before he died. Now that Scott is gone, the studio is figuring out what to do with the film (and all declined to comment officially on the Top Gun re-release plans). But what »

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