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Star Wars Prequels

+ - Lack Of Technology Puts Star Wars Series On Hold 1

Submitted by adeelarshad82
adeelarshad82 (1482093) writes "It was back in 2007 when we first heard about George Lucas making a live-action tv series focusing on characters from Star Wars. Almost four years later, it seems the idea of ever seeing this live-action show is still living in a galaxy far, far away. In a recent interview, George Lucas mentioned that the technology to produce the show in a cost-effective way doesn’t exist yet, and that the cost of producing an episode is about ten times of what it should be."
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Lack Of Technology Puts Star Wars Series On Hold

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  • If he's got 50 hours worth, thats 5 ten episode seasons. HBO has been doing an awesome job lately. The CGI he needs can't be that hard, he just has to realize that it's going to be shot digitaly and not with film.

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