Harry Potter and the Order of the PhoenixBreak out the butterbeer, Potterheads: 'Harry Potter' is still being converted to 3-D -- well, at least on DVD.

According to Variety, Warner Bros. is teaming with Prime Focus to convert 'Order of the Phoenix' and the 'Half-Blood Prince' for 3-D Blu-ray.

Plans are reportedly in the works to convert all four of David Yates' 'Potter' films to 3-D, though no word yet on whether Warner Bros. will do the same for the films directed by Chris Columbus, Mike Newell and Alfonso Cuaron.

This comes just a few days after the studio scrapped its plans to release 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part I' in 3-D theaters, due to time restraints.

Of course, one might read today's news with a hint of trepidation, as Warner Bros.' previous collaboration with Prime Focus, 'Clash of the Titans,' was considered a disaster, despite topping the box office.

But 'Potter' fans needent worry too much. According to the report, the 3-D conversion is "proceeding methodically," meaning the studio will presumably take its time to ensure that Harry and co. get the proper treatment.

No word yet on when the 3-D DVDs will hit stores.