Back before he knew Star Wars was going to be a massive hit, George Lucas worked up a contingency plan so he could still develop a low-budget sequel if the first film failed.
Right on the heels of the big announcement that J.J. Abrams has nailed down the cast of Star Wars: Episode VII comes news that there might still be one slot left to fill.
When fandoms collide, the result is magic. Or midichlorians.
After a long and tedious wait, please meet the cast of Star Wars Episode VII.
Though we know with near-certainty that the original Star Wars cast is returning, Disney has announced virtually nothing. But that doesn’t mean we haven’t figured out a few things.
We're getting a whole new slate of canonical Star Wars novels, and the first is set to arrive in just a few months.
Lucasfilm has finally revealed what role the Expanded Universe will play in the future of Star Wars -- and the news may or may not be what fans want to hear.
It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to see that Disney wants to capitalize on its $4 billion Lucasfilm investment, but apparently they can’t figure out how to handle a certain bounty hunter.
A ton of decades-old storyboards from the original Star Wars films have been released, showing off some radical alternative designs for a few iconic sci-fi characters.
For decades, Star Wars has brought joy to people of all ages. And no one knows that better than the parents of the late Jack Robinson.