George Lucas told Charlie Rose that he wasn't interested in a "retro" direction for "Star Wars: The Force Awakens."
The five-time Oscar nominee reveals he met with George Lucas about playing the future Darth Vader, but "just didn’t feel ready to take that dive."
Movie Legends Revealed: Did a Nudity Clause Lead Princess Leia and 'Carrie' Actresses to Swap Roles?
Did George Lucas and Brian De Palma really switch Sissy Spacek and Carrie Fisher in their iconic "Carrie" and "Star Wars" roles?
The cast and crew of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" hit the red carpet in London tonight to celebrate the opening of the newest film in the franchise.
Not only will Lucas watch "The Force Awakens" premiere, but according to Lucasfilm pres Kathleen Kennedy, he's already seen it.
The third chapter of "Vader Down" delivers something fans have been waiting decades to see.
We get to the bottom of the great "Star Wars" debate that's been raging for years: "Who shot first, Han or Greedo?"
Although he undoubtedly doesn't settle the issue, George Lucas finally lays out his reasoning for Greedo shooting first in the infamous cantina scene.
In a video Q&A, the filmmaker addresses criticism, his questions and concerns about the franchise he created, and which "Star Wars" character he'd like to be.
The Lucas Museum of Narrative Art has acquired all of the original art from Robert Crumb's 2009 graphic novel "The Book of Genesis."
We figure out just when George Lucas decided that Luke and Leia were twins: Was it before or after he had them kiss in "The Empire Strikes Back"?
Honored at the D23 Expo, the "Star Wars" filmmaker revealed Disney's influence on the creation of Jar Jar Binks.
This week we get to the bottom of one of the most prolific "Star Wars" legends: whether Harrison Ford first met George Lucas while doing carpentry work for him.
Learn whether Oscar winner Alec Guinness hated working on "Star Wars" so much that he came up with Obi-Wan Kenobi's death to get out of the film.
Discover how Harrison Ford found himself auditioning for the role of his lifetime as Han Solo in "Star Wars."
Although the filmmaker revealed he'd begun work on Episode VII before selling Lucasfilm, he says Disney decided not to go with any of his ideas.
Long after virtually everyone else, the filmmaker finally caught the 88-second teaser for the J.J. Abrams film. But what did he think about it?
Lucas had intended to direct the first installment of the new trilogy and release it in May 2015, and then sell Lucasfilm, but Disney had other plans.