There’s good news and bad news from "Star Wars" creator George Lucas, reports the New York Post. The good news is that he’s got 50 hours written for a live-action TV series based on the "Star Wars" movies.
But don’t look for the series anytime soon.
It’s all about economics.
According to the story, Lucas says the TV "series is awaiting the development of ‘a different type of technology we can use so it’s economically feasible to shoot the shows.’ He did not say what the breakthrough would do, only that it was ‘just a very, very difficult process.’ TV has to be produced for one-tenth the cost of movies, he said, and the ability to make a credible TV show at such lower costs doesn’t exist yet."