Where else can we find George Lucas and Yoda, Steven Spielberg and E.T., J.J. Abrams and BB-8 (and more), standing together in one group photo for the ages?
The veteran actor talks about returning to the franchise that made him ... and the differences this time around.
The creator of Star Wars spent more than an hour talking about filmmaking this week, and you can watch it all.
Though all our attention has been focused on what’s going on with Star Wars, mastermind George Lucas had another passion project in the works back when he sold Lucasfilm to Disney.
Before he was the billionaire mastermind behind Star Wars, George Lucas was just another up-and-coming director trying to make a name for himself.
Despite the fact that Star Wars VII is definitely happening in the form of 2015’s The Force Awakens, George Lucas had no tangible plans for making another sequel as late as 2008.
You’d think George Lucas might’ve been curious enough to check out that first teaser trailer for J.J. Abrams’ The Force Awakens that blew up the Internet a few weeks ago. Well, then you’d be wrong.
Want to see George Lucas's next project? Get a look at the trailer for his upcoming CGI fairy tale movie Strange Magic.