Remember George Lucas's plan to re-release his Star Wars films yet again, one per year, this time in 3D? Well, with excitement to see Hayden Christensen in three dimensions at fever pitch--and with Takers 3D sadly still just a pipe dream--Lucas has decided to speed things up and toss both Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith into theaters next fall.
Per Lucasfilm, Attack of the Clones will hit theaters September 20, 2013, with Episode III: Revenge of the Sith following up less than a month later on October 11. Presumably this means the remainder of the Star Wars saga will also be bumped up on the calendar, meaning A New Hope 3D by 2014, but really, who can tell what George Lucas will originally intend next?
Also, the new saga is unlikely to be based on any existing stories, so furiously working through your post-Return of the Jedi novel collection is even more of a waste than usual.... / Continue →
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Over the years, George Lucas has time and time again edited, re-edited and re-released his Star Wars films in the hope of realizing his ever-changing original vision. Rarely has he ever considered the will of the fans. Even more rarely has he considered, "I wonder if Topher Gra... / Continue →