George Lucas, the director of Star Wars and other movies, has headquartered his base of film operations in San Francisco's Presidio.
George Lucas has yet to work in the new 3-D technology that is sweeping Hollywood, but the director told Access Hollywood that the success and achievements of "Avatar" could help bring "Star Wars" into the third dimension.
"[I'm] happy it's so successful, and worked very well in 3-D," he continued. "Haven't been a big fan of 3-D, but that movie definitely improves in (the field of) 3-D."
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."
First up, George is writing and producing "Red Tails," about the Tuskegee Airmen, the first African-American pilots to fly in a combat squadron during World War II.
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