Our lifelong love affair with the Star Wars empire has been a rocky road of extreme elation and despair. Now here's a crucial graph to accurately depict that sci-fi thrillride set in a galaxy far, far away. (Love hurts, don't it?)
After Lucasfilm's sale to Disney, the big question has been just how involved Star Wars creator George Lucas would be in the upcoming sequels. If a new interview with Lucas is to be believed, we have our answer—a lot.
We've been wondering who Disney and Lucasfilm would hire to write the new Star Wars sequel, and now the higher-ups have confirmed that the job has officially been filled. So who will pen Star Wars VII?
Throw another name into the Star Wars VII hat—and rumor has it this candidate is one that George Lucas himself actually met with several months ago to discuss the sci-fi sequel. So who is it?
Sleepless over the Disney-Lucasfilm mega-merger? Wondering what Star Wars VII will look like with the Mouse House at the helm? Take a fun peek into the future to see what artists are predicting for the next wild wave of Star Wars films.
Lots of articles have come and gone since the HUGE news that LucasFIlm has been picked up by Disney, but now there's video from the man himself, George Lucas, talking about his feelings on passing the torch.
This might be the biggest entertainment news of the year. The Walt Disney Company has just purchased LucasFilm in a multi-billion dollar deal that rivals the money it dished out to buy Marvel Entertainment in 2009. But the even bigger news might be that Disney's already planning a seventh Star Wars film—and they want it out within three years.
If you like your Star Wars filled with broads, booze and bounty hunters, then venture down one artist's film noir Dark Side and check out his Fett-tastic fan posters in which swindlers and cigarette smoke haunts a galactic mash-up of dangerously cool paintings.
George Lucas is such an easy target. He's been the butt of multiple jokes, and now he's the star of a (parody) music video. Inspired by Goyte's "Somebody That I Used to Know," watch as our Lucas frustration is cleverly expressed in song.
George Lucas' 1986 sci-fi comedy Howard the Duck is remembered as one of the most colossal flops in Hollywood history. It was so bad, its 25th anniversary came and went last year with nary a peep of a Blu-ray reissue. Well, one Marvel exec thinks that's a crying shame—and is offering Lucas some cold, hard cash to bring him back.