'Revenge of the Sith' 3D to Debut at Star Wars Celebration in April
"Once more, the Sith will rule the galaxy." You might remember a few years ago, back before Star Wars: The Force Awakens was even a reality, there was a plan to release the prequel trilogy, converted into 3D, into theaters over three consecutive years. However, The Phantom Menace was the only one that made it to the big screen, and plans to release the other two episodes were scrapped once Disney bought Lucasfilm and started putting together their own Star Wars plans. But if you're attending Star Wars Celebration in Anaheim in April, you'll have a chance to see the whole prequel trilogy in 3D, and the rest of the saga too.
StarWars.com has just revealed that Revenge of the Sith will be screened in 3D for the first time at Star Wars Celebration, which runs from April 16th-19th (you can still get tickets here). Episode III will be screening along with the 3D versions of The Phantom Menace and Attack of the Clones, as well as the original Star Wars trilogy (though not in 3D) throughout the weekend. Still no word on whether or not we'll see Episode II and Episode III re-released in theaters in 3D, but with a whole year left before The Force Awakens hits theaters, we're hoping that some kind of Star Wars marathon plan will come together, but only if 20th Century Fox can come to some sort of agreement with Disney.