Whedon’s Cabin in the Woods Going 3D in ’11

ShockTillYouDrop.com is reporting that MGM Studios has decided to push Joss Whedon’s anticipated horror flick The Cabin in the Woods, directed and co-written by Cloverfield‘s Drew Goddard, back nearly a year, from its original release date of February 5, 2010 to the new date of January 14, 2011.

Shock has learned exclusively that the reason MGM is doing this is because they’re spending six months to convert the movie to 3D due to the phenomenal early response to the movie from test screenings, hoping to add another dimension to the horror.

There is nothing else scheduled for that date, which is the four-day weekend to celebrate the birthday of Martin Luther King Jr, although the fourth “Underworld” movie is currently scheduled to open one week later.

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