CHICAGO (AP) - The team behind George Lucas' art and movie museum has released revised renderings showing more green space at the Chicago site but no radical changes to the futuristic building stoking passions in a city that's protective of its Lake Michigan shoreline.

CHICAGO (AP) The team behind George Lucas' art and movie museum has released revised renderings showing more green space at the Chicago site but no radical changes to the futuristic building stoking passions in a city that's protective of its Lake Michigan shoreline.

Images that will be presented to City Council next week show designers have significantly shrunk the lakefront building while preserving a smooth, dune-like form that critics have compared to Jabba the Hutt.

Defenders of what will be known as the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art, including Mayor Rahm Emanuel, have said the design is loyal to Chicago's history of making bold architectural statements. Emanuel says it also aligns with efforts to keep the lakefront open, accessible and green.

Museum President Don Bacigalupi says construction could start in March.