Rejoice with trumpets, confetti, and thunderous applause: Another film is jumping on the 3D bandwagon! Reuters reports that Jeffrey Katzenberg is throwing the first three Shrek films onto the third-dimensional pile. As always happens when a new sequel comes out -- this time Shrek Forever After -- eyes turn towards re-releasing previous installments. Since Hollywood is currently obsessed with its love of the extra dimension and bigger ticket prices, the two have come together.

Katzenberg says: "Our movies exist in digital files to begin with. To go back and rebuild to a quality 3D experience is not inexpensive, but we are about to achieve a pretty high quality result." Dreamworks CEO says that third-dimensional conversion is going to change "very, very quickly," resulting in great results in the next year or two. Since Katzenberg keeps discussing the upcoming advancements, the conversion of these films will probably wait for the prime results he is dreaming of. But either way, the ultimate result will be 3D Blu-rays for the three films.

Why stop at 3D? Why only embrace 3D? Let's get Smell-o-vision in all the films -- show us how bad Shrek stinks. Bundle the discs with seat vibrators so that we may feel the action for ourselves. Add a water mister and slime bucket for a tactile feel, and merge it all with those pop-up videos, in-movie texting, and other distractions so we're too preoccupied to pay any attention to the work on the screen. You may laugh, but that seems to be where we're headed.