Before Lucas handed the reins to Disney, he had come up with several ideas for standalone Star Wars films.
Unlike previous Indiana Jones films, the next one won't feature an idea from George Lucas.
After a heart-stopping second season cliffhanger, voice actor Ashley Eckstein discusses her hopes for the fan-favorite Star Wars hero.
The "Star Wars" creator and C-3PO actor join Mark Hamill in paying tribute to franchise veteran Kenny Baker, who died Saturday at age 81.
A new video chronicles the evolution of comic book movies at the box office, covering "Superman: The Movie," "Howard the Duck" and more.
The "Star Wars" creator contacted series artist Mark Brooks with an offer that doubled as an amazing compliment.
Despite apparently falling to his death in "Revenge of the Sith," the actor and director agree that the Jedi Master could have survived.
The Oscar-winning "Aliens" director (kind of) gives his opinion of the J.J. Abrams' "Star Wars: The Force Awakens."
The revered filmmaker said it would be "insane" to return to the Indiana Jones franchise without his longtime friend and collaborator.
Movie Legends Revealed: Did George Lucas Almost Kill Off Darth Vader in the Second 'Star Wars' Film?
Discover why George Lucas originally didn't think Darth Vader was such a great villain and wanted to kill him off as soon as possible.
The $700 million facility is no longer coming to Chicago, as a special interest group is in opposition to the project.
Chewbacca actor Peter Mayhew reveals a page from his 1976 "Star Wars" script that depicts a very different outcome for the duel between Obi-Wan and Darth Vader.
Discover how one deleted sequence in "The Empire Strikes Back" addressed Mark Hamill's face injuries, and Luke and Leia's intended relationship.
The franchise veteran is revealing pages from the March 1976 script each day, building up to "a big announcement."
Travel back a long time ago, to the '70s, to learn how the classic "Star Wars" novel "Splinter of the Mind's Eye," was almost the saga's first movie sequel.
"Labyrinth" gets a modern riffing in the latest edition of Honest Trailers, tackling the '80s George Lucas, Jim Henson and Terry Jones classic.
Although a fan petition claims he's "not the right guy" to direct "Episode IX," Colin Trevorrow says he hopes to channel "the raw creativity and the boldness" of George Lucas.
An online petition asks Disney and Lucasfilm to "Put the father of the franchise as director of Episode IX."
The actor reveals he accepted a role in the "Star Wars" prequels without seeing a script or even knowing which character he'd play.