Director GEORGE LUCAS wants to quit film-making to concentrate on more lucrative TV projects. The STAR WARS creator says making movies is too risky nowadays, because the average cost of shooting and marketing a blockbuster is now $200 million (£111 million), so he's steering his production company Lucasfilm towards TV and low-budget movies. Lucas also believes internet downloading is set to shake up the film industry, reports Empire magazine. He reveals, "We don't want to make movies, we're getting into television. The feature film thing is too expensive and it's too risky. For that same $200 million I can make 50 to 60 two-hour movies." He adds, "I don't think anyone's going to be in the (movie-going habit) anymore. Everything is going to be a matter of choice. I think that's going to be a huge revolution in the medium." However, Lucas isn't giving up his film career just yet - he's currently working on RED TAILS, a low-budget film about America's first black military airmen, and the fourth INDIANA JONES movie.