Is George Lucas right about film’s future?

When George Lucas predicts something in the American cinema, people ought to take notice, which is why his Coppola-eque declaration that movies in future will be filled with $15 million pictures (as, one supposes, the star system breaks down into interchangable boy-toys and sexpots, and the movie format slides inexorably toward Lucas’s favorite obsession, digital video) is so grim.

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