Star Wars 3D on the cards after George Lucas sees Avatar

Star Wars fans have been bemoaning George Lucas’s inability to leave the Star Wars films alone for decades, but here’s one overhaul that is bound to have them dancing like Ewok’s celebrating a Stormtrooper massacre on Endor.

 

Yes, the beardy director has set his mind on taking the adventures from that far, far away galaxy into 3D after he was inspired  by James Cameron’s Golden Globe winning Avatar.

 

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"I’m happy it’s so successful, and worked very well in 3D," Lucas explained to Access Hollywood about Avatar. "I haven’t been a big fan of 3D, but that movie definitely improves in [the field of] 3D."

 

When prompted about his own 3D plans, he noted: "We’ve been looking for years and years and years of trying to take Star Wars and put it in 3D … But, the technology hasn’t been there. We’ve been struggling with it, but I think this will be a new impetus to make that happen."

 

Any Star Wars release has always brought with it a sense of occasion. When the Original Trilogy finally came to DVD there was much fanfare and we’re expecting the same sort of response when they finally make it to Blu-ray. There’s not a fixed date on Blu-ray plans but we expect plans to be announced soon, maybe at a similar time as when the 3D versions of the film are announced for cinemas. Once that happens you can pretty much call the Star Wars franchise one cash cow that’s been well and truly milked.

 

Link: via TechRadar

Star Wars fans have been bemoaning George Lucas’s inability to leave the Star Wars films alone for decades, but here’s one overhaul that is bound to have them dancing like Ewok’s celebrating a Stormtrooper massacre on Endor.

 

Yes, the beardy director has set his mind on taking the adventures from that far, far away galaxy into 3D after he was inspired  by James Cameron’s Golden Globe winning Avatar.

 

The best 3D gadgets for 2010 revealed

 

"I’m happy it’s so successful, and worked very well in 3D," Lucas explained to Access Hollywood about Avatar. "I haven’t been a big fan of 3D, but that movie definitely improves in [the field of] 3D."

 

When prompted about his own 3D plans, he noted: "We’ve been looking for years and years and years of trying to take Star Wars and put it in 3D … But, the technology hasn’t been there. We’ve been struggling with it, but I think this will be a new impetus to make that happen."

 

Any Star Wars release has always brought with it a sense of occasion. When the Original Trilogy finally came to DVD there was much fanfare and we’re expecting the same sort of response when they finally make it to Blu-ray. There’s not a fixed date on Blu-ray plans but we expect plans to be announced soon, maybe at a similar time as when the 3D versions of the film are announced for cinemas. Once that happens you can pretty much call the Star Wars franchise one cash cow that’s been well and truly milked.

 

Link: via TechRadar

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