Just as soon as the Revenge of the Sith wrapped up and the last lightsaber was sheathed, the fedora and the whip were picked up again for Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. Though the live-action Star Wars TV show is still taxying for a runway, when it ever does get put together, the production model’s going to be just like The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles’ was.
The two series have a symbiosis. What happens to one will eventually happen to the other. So, even though this bit about a 3D re-release of all the Indiana Jones movies from Blue Sky Disney is very much rumor, who honestly doesn't believe it's going to happen eventually?
Rather than gripe about 3D, I'd actually rather gripe about another format these movies are inevitability heading to--Blu-ray. Have any of you ever watched an old movie on Blu-ray? It’s a freaky head trip. They clean the image up so much that it honestly looks like somebody went into a time machine (a DeLorean perhaps?) and re-shot the entire movie on some “prosumer” camera you'd buy at Best Buy. And after all that restoration work, it looks about as appealing as something shot on that kind of camera.
I'm less leery of seeing a 3D Indy as I am of seeing a Raiders of the Lost Ark whose picture feel is almost indistinguishable from that feature-length, home movie remake those kids did however many years ago.