January 4, 2012
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Twentieth Century Fox is re-releasing George Lucas’s “Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace” in 3D in 2012, according to The New York Times.
Is such a move going to help the current box office slump?
This makes me wonder: Is adding another dimension to a pretty mediocre movie really going to make a difference to people,when money is tight, and they are already reluctant to part with what little hard-earned cash that they already have?
The decision boggles my mind, and it sounds like an epic fail to me, though there are executives at Fox that are paid a lot of cash to know these types of things.
And speaking of Star Wars: Doesn’t anyone else think that George Lucas investing in re-doing the effects of his first three Star Wars films just a tad…odd?
And “Titanic 3D?” Really?