It's May 4th tomorrow, a day that traditionally just means we should be thinking about all things Star Wars, but let's face it: Everyone is thinking about Marvel's The Avengers instead. Which got me thinking: Would both the internet and fandom assembled collapse in on itself if Joss Whedon was handed the reins of George Lucas' grand space opera?
Ralph McQuarrie, who was a concept artist for the first three Star Wars films, helping to create such iconic characters as Darth Vader, R2-D2 and C-3PO, has died at age 82.
Boosted by its 3D re-release, Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace has crossed the $1 billion mark at the box office, placing it on a course to overtake The Dark Knight as the 10th highest-grossing film of all time.
A new rumor has emerged with a potentially major, and spoilery, detail about the storyline of Star Wars: Underworld, the much-discussed, and currently shelved, live-action series that focuses on the seedy underbelly of the Star Wars Universe.
After decades in the industry, and after difficulty getting studios to even look at Red Tails, George Lucas wants out of the big-budget movie business.
George Lucas says he's still trying to figure out what Indiana Jones and company will be seeking in the planned fifth installment of the action-adventure franchise.
Steven Spielberg gives a status update on the stories for Jurassic Park 4 and Indiana Jones 5. both moving along.
George Lucas didn't rape my childhood. With all the furor and outrage over even more changes being made to the Star Wars movies for the Blu-ray editions, I know that I'm supposed to get all upset again that the movies are being taken even further away from the originals, but... I just can't be bothered. No, even worse than that: I don't understand why people are getting upset about it.
It wouldn't be a Star Wars home video release without some changes to the original films -- and there's one in particular that might make you forget about Han not shooting first.
Lucasfilm executive Rick McCallum says that the Star Wars live-action TV series is on hold, then goes on to describe the broad plot points that involve Coruscant criminals, drugs and prostitution.
George Lucas has revealed that 50 hours of the long-discussed Star Wars live-action television series "sits on a shelf" until production costs decrease.
Lucasfilm has announced the full special features listing for Star Wars: The Complete Saga, which is coming to Blu-ray on Sept. 16.
The National Film Registry has chosen its annual list of 25 films of cultural importance to add to its library, and it's a good year for George Lucas, apparently...