Star Wars fans, especially those who follow The Clone Wars serial, have been wondering what will happen to Lucasfilm’s CGI animation studio and related universe lore.
Earlier this week we learned that Disney, the new owners of LucasFilm, and thus the Star Wars franchise, are working on some films set in the Star Wars universe which will not directly tie into the two existing trilogies. Meaning, the protagonists will not be Skywalkers.
Disney has launched a new gaming concept, Disney Infinity, that's remarkably similar to Activision's Skylander.
Disney has released a character guide for its upcoming Oz reboot.
While Frankenweenie didn’t make my list of the top 5 movies of 2012, it was still an excellent film, and certainly one of the best stop-motion projects ever done.
The Cartoon Network has released a featurette which illustrates how Clone Wars ties into the films.
Now that the acquisition deal between Disney and LucasFilm is official, one can't help but wonder what other side-effects the deal will have on the rather expansive Star Wars universe.
George Lucas is concerned about leaving his comfort zone, but excited to move on to new projects.
Star Wars memorabilia auctions have not slowed down, especially in the wake of an official announcement from Lucas and Disney that there will be yet another three films.
The upcoming sequel will continue the story of Flynn the younger.
Netflix has signed a deal with Walt Disney Studios that gives the company the first license to show Disney's first-run, live-action and animated films.
The next Star Wars film is three years away, yet there is already a new parody of Disney's take on the Lucas space opera.
Back in 1957, Disney and Monsanto built a model home of the future.
Disney has unveiled the first full-length trailer for its upcoming readaptation prequel of The Wizard of Oz.
Two more cast in the rapidly approaching show.
Come for the nostalgic video game references, stay for the great story.
There is a lot of talk about what Disney will be doing with LucasFilm, but LucasArts may be where we see the most change.
Once the news hit that George Lucas was selling his empire to Disney, it must have taken all of five seconds before everyone wondered who would be direcingt the next three Star Wars flicks.
When George Lucas announced he was retiring, many Star Wars fans figured that would be it for the franchise.
Disney has released a pair of featurettes for its upcoming video game film, Wreck-it Ralph.