Hollywood.com features an interview with George Lucas. Here are a few of the questions he answered:
Are you ready for all the attention and hoopla for Episode III? George Lucas: "No."
Are you ever ready? Lucas: "No." [laughs]
What's more exciting for you, to unveil the new movie or to unveil Lucasfilm's new high-tech campus on the Presidio? Lucas: "They're different. They're both finished. The movie and the Presidio were started at the same time, so it's like a completion. They were started at the same time, I was doing both of them simultaneously, and it be great that they're both done."
Is it true that starting in 2007 we're going to see all the Star Wars films again in 3-D? Lucas: "Well, we're hoping so. It really depends how fast the theater owners finally get on the stick and put digital cinema in their theaters, because it won't work without having digital projectors. So we're hoping it's a way of pushing digital. I've been trying for six years to get digital--we did Phantom Menace digitally in four theaters, we did Attack of the Clones in about 115 theaters, and now a lot of people have sold their theaters so we're only going to be in about 80 theaters now. But in Europe it's gone from about 20 theaters to now there's about 300. So we're now, depending on the rest of the world. In the United States, the film industry has kind of gotten together and formed organizations to make sure this doesn't happen in the foreseeable future."
Hit the link above to read the full interview. Thanks to JediMistressDrgn for the alert.