We've been hearing for years that George Lucas might 3-D-ify his Star Wars movies at some point.
Well, that point might be now: The success of James Cameron's Avatar could push the filmmaker to apply the technology to his own movies.
George was so impressed with the movie's technology—which took home the trophy for Best Motion Picture-Drama at the 2010 Globes—that he thinks it could help pave the way for creating 3-D versions of his "Star Wars" movies.
"We've been looking for years and years and years of trying to take 'Star Wars' and put it in 3-D," George explained to Access. "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."
So Lucas isn't immune to the attention being lavished on Cameron and his sci-fi epic.
What do you think of 3-D Star Wars? Would you line up at the theaters again? Buy a 3-D home video setup?