'Star Wars' To Go 3-D, But Should It?08:39
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Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher and Harrison Ford as Luke Skywaker, Princess Leia and Han Solo appear in a scene from "Star Wars."  (AP)
Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher and Harrison Ford as Luke Skywaker, Princess Leia and Han Solo appear in a scene from "Star Wars." (AP)

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Star Wars creator, George Lucas, recently announced that he would re-release all six of his Star Wars films in 3-D. The news set off a flurry of excitement and criticism in the blogosphere. Critics say Lucas is just cashing in on a known commodity, while other fans say they can't wait to see Jabba the Hut slither off the screen in 3-D. Steve Zeitchik of the Los Angeles Times discusses what it would take to convert the films to 3-D and why this technological update to a classic film series is creating so much controversy.

This segment aired on November 26, 2010.

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