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TIME has published a great interview with George Lucas in which he talks about both doing the upcoming "Star Wars" TV series in 3D and that Indiana Jones 4 is designed for Harrison Ford's age. Here's a clip:
R.C. Do you think audiences are so technically sophisticated now that they know the difference between formats? Virtually every CGI animated feature has been a much bigger hit than any non-CGI over the last ten years. Is that just a coincidence or a better story?
G.L. What happened with Pixar is they made brilliantly creative movies, but they looked different. They had a different quality about them than on television, than Rugrats. When you see a 3D movie, you assume it's a higher-quality movie and it's something you don't see on television. Now the television show I'm working on, the Star Wars television show, is 3D.
R.C. When you said you were going to do Star Wars in 3D, do you mean in the old-fashioned 3D?
G.L. Yeah, with glasses and everything.
http://www.time.com/time/arts/article/0 ... 16,00.html
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