The holidays tend to bring with them our two favorite things—home-cooked meals and Star Wars toys. But wouldn't it be awesome if we could combine the two? Luckily, someone at the Lucasarts licensing department seems to agree with us.
Every large organization has those things it'd rather keep from the rank and file, be it the Galactic Empire, the Rebellion or the Jedi Academy—and thanks to the latest Twitter meme, here are the juiciest Star Wars secrets to come down the pike.
Yesterday, we reported that George Lucas was buying up the rights to dead actors so he could cast them in some future CGI project. But what does Lucas have to say about it?
Winter may be coming on out in the real world, but here in the land of sci-fi, it's always summer. And since you might get bored with only that R2-D2 swimsuit to wear, here's something just as sexy inspired by the other half of that famous Star Wars duo.
If only Dr. Seuss rather than Ralph McQuarrie had done the concept art for Star Wars, then maybe we wouldn't have those recurring nightmares about Darth Vader coming after us with a lightsaber. Who knew a Sith Lord could be so cute?
While sitting in the guest chair on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, the 30 Rock star made a case for the love between Luke Skywalker and Han Solo that would make George Lucas shake his head.
One enterprising graphic designer has taken titles of other films and mated them with classic scenes from the original Star Wars trilogy. The results are infinitely wall-worthy.
Irvin Kershner, the journeyman filmmaker who was handpicked by George Lucas to direct the first Star Wars sequel, passed away following a long illness.
Image of the Day: Greedo on the set of Star Wars ... in high heels
Seth MacFarlane gave A New Hope the Family Guy treatment with Blue Harvest, and twisted The Empire Strikes Back into Something, Something, Something, Dark Side. Now it's Return of the Jedi's turn.