I just watched "Die Hard" in fake 3D on my laptop, and it was good enough to beg the question "If Fox put out 'Predator' in 3D, why wouldn't they put out 'Die Hard'?"
Fox's 3D conversion experiment using the JVC Kenwood 2D3D workstation ended up being mediocre at best. Pretty much they just ran the film through a high end 2D-3D processor and then an actual human went through and hopefully corrected any glaring automated mistakes. A corporate dream, 3D conversion done on the cheap poised to bring in millions. Well the conversions ended up looking better than your TV conversion can do but not by much. It really wasn't such a bad idea if a little more creative planning had been put in but that is not how corporations work these days and since the dream of mega 3D profits from home video is now only a dim memory at the studios I don't think they will continue down this path.
I think that a small company might be able to get into this market if they could convert well and do it for a reasonable sum. Have no idea what the sales figures would be like as sometimes I think only the guys on this forum still care about 3D TV releases.
As a note, Box Office Mojo reported today about Ridley Scott's Exodus that "3D screens accounted for 44 percent of the gross, which is an above-average result for the format." Perhaps it would have been higher if the studios and theater chains actually promoted 3D instead of acting like its an overpriced embarrasment. My local theater only has two 3D showings a day. After the first week they stopped all 3D showings of Big Hero 6 so I missed out and since Disney has given us the finger I hope I can import a region free bluray 3D. Who would have ever thought I would be saying this........