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.
LucasFilm boss Kennedy talks about getting the new Star Trek guru to take the helm of sci-fi’s other great franchise.
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.
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.
Speculation as to who will direct the next Star Wars film has been flying fast and furious ever since the deal with Disney was announced.
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.
Lucasfilm has released a clip teasing the upcoming season premiere of its CGI Star Wars drama.
Lucasfilm has released the first trailer for the upcoming fifth season of its popular CGI adventure series, Star Wars: The Clone Wars.
LucasFilm has announced that Kathleen Kennedy has been appointed co-chair of the studio.
George Lucas is probably one of the most loved and reviled filmmaker in the genres.
Steven Spielberg wasn’t exactly thrilled with the inclusion of certain fantastic elements - such as aliens - in the fourth installment of Indiana Jones.
You may have never cared about a 3D movie yet. This entire phenomenon may just have passed you by. But no matter who you are, this announcement is bound to at least make your head turn - the first of Lucasfilm's transformation of the six Star Wars films to be recreated in 3D will be complete next year.
From Jar Jar Binks to Obi Wan Kenobi, every single Star Wars movie moment you've grown to love or hate will be getting redone in a meticulous 3D process that George Lucas assures will be better than most 2D-to-3D conversion.
An angry George Lucas has filed a hefty $5 million trademark lawsuit against Jedi Mind for selling apps that allows users to play games simply by thinking.
There usually isn't a lot of mobile phone news that breaks in the annual Star Wars convention in Orlando, but this year it apparently is the hub of Motorola's special edition Droid 2 that looks so cool, I want to drop my Droid early and pay full price for this sucker.
Wicked Lasers is defying a cease and desists letter from Lucas Films, calling on it to stop selling its Spyder III Pro Arctic laser.