First it was jumping the shark, now it’s nuking the fridge. It’s the phrase that means a series has reached the point of no return and is now irreversibly lame.
After many years of tending the Star Wars empire, George Lucas finally came back with a new, original story, Red Tails in 2012.
So now JJ Abrams is officially aboard to helm the next Star Wars film, and he’ll be making a big leap from one amazing sci-fi franchise to another.
If you love hand drawn poster art, the kind we just don’t see anymore in the age of computer illustrated ad campaigns, you probably know the work of Drew Struzan.
George Lucas is concerned about leaving his comfort zone, but excited to move on to new projects.
We recently ran a report about the so-called Mayan Apocalypse, and how many Star Wars fans flocked to an area of Guatemala where the Yavin 4 rebel base segment was shot.
All this talk about the end of the world is pretty silly indeed, but is there a Star Wars connection?
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.
Samuel L. Jackson became a major star after his stellar performance in Pulp Fiction, and while he’s great at gritty roles, his inner geek is also very strong.
So now that we know there’s going to be more Star Wars films, one can't help wonder how long the series will last, and how old we’ll be once it all ends.
Now that we know there will be three more Star Wars movies, the speculation’s been flying fast and furious about who could possibly direct them.
Has a director already been found for the new Star Wars film?
So George Lucas has finally handed over the reins of Lucasfilm to Disney for $4.05 billion, with the majority of the money going to charity.
There is a lot of talk about what Disney will be doing with LucasFilm, but LucasArts may be where we see the most change.
When the news recently hit that George Lucas was selling his empire to Disney for a cool $4.05 billion, and that there would be more Star Wars films, the reaction predictably ran the gamut from fans everywhere.
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.
Even if George Lucas swears there won't be any more Star Wars flicks and he's retired, the franchise will continue to storm on for quite some time.
You can get angry with George Lucas ruining Star Wars all you want, but I’m still furious he screwed up Howard the Duck.
It used to be a given in Hollywood that a sequel was never as good as the original. This has obviously changed in recent years, with fans expecting no less than a stellar experience the second time around.