Lucasfilm: Indiana Jones 3-D Rumors Are 'Completely False'

A rumor is circulating today that Lucasfilm plans to convert the four Indiana Jones movies to 3-D, a move echoing its six Star Wars conversions that will debut in 2012 with The Phantom Menace. It could be interesting, right? Alas, a Lucasfilm representative tells Movieline we won't find out any time soon.

A studio source I've worked with in the past denied the story outright: "This is completely false. Right now, we are totally focused on bringing Star Wars to 3-D, and we have no plans to do an Indiana Jones conversion." And... scene. It's too bad, too, because let's be honest: You've never really seen a fridge nuked until you've seen it nuked in 3-D.


  • Scraps says:

    These movies are fine the way they were made. I really don't see the need for any of this.

  • Ruinexplorer says:

    How about just releasing the entire theatrical version of Raiders instead. If memory serves, the only time that the full version was released was back when VHS tapes were around $75 each. After that, little humorous snippets have been missing ever since. I have tried talking to Lucasfilm, Paramount, and even Spielberg to no avail. Maybe Movieline can put in a good word.