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George Lucas, James Cameron, Peter Jackson plan 3-D Movies
Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith opens in theaters worldwide on May 19th, 2005.
March 18, 2005
As part of a group of directors promoting digital cinema and 3-D at this week's Showest convention in Las Vegas, George Lucas stated that he is planning to rerelease his original Star Wars movie in 3-D in 2007, followed by each successive movie each year after that.
This isn't just George Lucas banging the digital cinema drum. James Cameron, Robert Zemeckis, Robert Rodriguez, and Peter Jackson also gave presentations, including samples of some movies remastered in 3-D. James Cameron stated that he will be making all of his movies in 3-D in the future, and Jackson called 3-D using digital cinema "one of the most exciting developments in cinema in a long, long time."
You can read the full news story by Sheigh Crabtree from the Hollywood Reporter via Reuters:
Lucas plans 3-D Star Wars
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