George Lucas is again jumping ahead of the competition by declaring the big budget film industry is on it's way out the front door. What's to replace it? Read on in the snippet below from Variety.com.
"George Lucas has a message for studios that are cutting their slates and shifting toward big-budget tentpoles and franchises: You've got it all wrong.
The creator of "Star Wars," which stamped the template for the franchise-tentpole film, says many small films and Web distribution are the future.
And in case anyone doubts he means it, Lucasfilm is getting out of the movie biz.
"We don't want to make movies. We're about to get into television. As far as Lucasfilm is concerned, we've moved away from the feature film thing because it's too expensive and it's too risky.
"I think the secret to the future is quantity," Lucas said."
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