We've already heard from a ton of directors about whether or not they'd be interested in tackling Star Wars VII, but it seems at least one of the biggest names out there was already approached—and officially turned down the job.
Actor Ewan McGregor slogged his way through the entire Star Wars prequel trilogy as a younger version of Jedi master Obi-Wan Kenobi. But is he game to bring the old Jedi back for Star Wars VII?
To say there are a lot of rumored options to direct Star Wars VII would be an understatement. But if one slip of the tongue is to be believed, the job might already be filled. Did Matthew Vaughn's (X-Men: First Class) buddy just spill the beans?
It was only minutes after Disney announced they would be making new Star Wars movies that fans went nuts wondering who George Lucas would tap to direct the next generation of the classic sci-fi franchise. Several weeks later, the rumor mill hasn't slowed down.
Is she or isn't she? Carrie Fisher has officially issued a response to all the reports of her returning as Princess Leia in Star Wars VII.
He's currently one of the hottest directors in Hollywood, so it stands to reason that his name might come up in connection with one of the biggest projects of the next few years. But no, Ben Affleck doesn't want to direct the new Star Wars movie.
Yet another director's name has surfaced in connection with Star Wars VII, and this time the person has left a trail of tantalizing clues.
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?
Along with all the buzzy up-and-comers we've been hearing about, some big names have also been floated to potentially tackle the upcoming Star Wars VII. Among them? None other than George Lucas' famed Indiana Jones collaborator Steven Spielberg. So what are the odds he's making a play for the new Star Wars?
So it begins. As soon as word broke that a new Star Wars was in the works, you just knew the rumor mill was going to start churning about potential directors. So what do you think about Matthew Vaughn (X-Men: First Class, Kick-Ass)?