Won't be released until 2013 but when it does I really hope it sells well.
If it does sell well Funimation might even be dedicated enough to pick up the yearly TV specials indefinitely.
I doubt Funimation will reissue the 8 TV Specials and 2 movies they once licensed (better chance of Discotek rescuing those and putting them out again).
Funimation will probably also avoid any specials before those since they'd probably be afraid the "dated" animation would be unappealing and wouldn't sell well.
We could still maybe get the following (newer/modern animation):
*Alcatraz Connection (aired in 2001)
*Return of the Magician OVA (released in 2002)
*Operation: Return the Treasure (aired in 2003)
*Stolen Lupin (aired in 2004)
*Angel Tactics (aired in 2005)
*Seven Days Rhapsody (aired in 2006)
*Elusiveness of the Fog (aired in 2007)
*Sweet Lost Night (aired in 2008)
*Red vs. Green OVA (released in 2008) *fun fact: Tony Oliver occasionally teaches voice acting workshops in Texas (he actually has a small role in One Piece season 4) so it might actually be possible to have him and Sonny Strait both voice Lupin
*The Last Job (aired in 2010)
*Blood Seal - Eternal Mermaid (aired in 2011)
Fujiko is basically a second life-line for more dubbed Lupin.
There usually aren't third chances.
Case Closed fans should consider supporting Fujiko too since if it sells well Funimation might license Lupin III vs Detective Conan (aired in 2009).
I'm a Conan fan too and although I would like more movies, a cross-over TV Special is better than nothing.
Seems like most fans did their part and supported the legal streams for Fujiko and we got home video rights.
Let's make sure Lupin doesn't fail in North America again.