Dark Horse Comics has confirmed that a Star Wars prequel comicbook - depicting the ancient, unexplored past of a galaxy far, far away - will be hitting store shelves next year.
Whatever you think about George Lucas and his movies - good, bad or indifferent - he’s definitely in an enviable position.
Is a golden age of sci-fi upon us?
Apparently, no one ever really dies in science-fiction stories.
It seems as if hardcore sci-fi geeks just can't get enough of their favorite films on Blu-ray.
I've loved hand drawn poster art ever since I was a kid, and in the days of computer graphic design, you just don't see movie posters like the '77 Star Wars and Jaws anymore.
A Florida teacher has built a model of the (second) Death Star landing bay out of 30,000 Lego pieces.
It's really quite difficult to keep track of all the Hollywood remakes that keep on piling up.
The long-awaited Star Wars: The Old Republic MMO will go live on December 20, 2011 in North America.
Maybe the Force isn't so strong with the geeks after all.
William Shatner - aka Captain James T. Kirk - has weighed in (quite heavily) on why Star Trek is actually better than Star Wars.
NASA’s Kepler telescope has discovered the existence of a world with a double sunset - as famously depicted in Star Wars more than 30 years ago.
An early glimpse at the official Blu-ray edition of Star Wars: The Complete Saga provides a more comprehensive look at the changes implemented by George Lucas.
For the last week we’ve been reporting on some possible changes that have been made to the Star Wars: The Complete Saga Blu-ray release. Now we can confirm at least one is true.
A lot of people probably don’t realize it, but back in the day science fiction wasn’t the big genre it is today.
Are these changes really on the discs, or is each of them just a hoax?
Star Wars: The Complete Saga is coming to Blu-ray next month, and fans have been wondering what digital improvement (or sacrileges) the boxed set will include.
Writer's block, especially when you're trying to make a living as a writer, can be terrifying.
It's like being a porn star and, well, you know.
After the mega-phenomenon of Star Wars, George Lucas has often complained about being imprisoned by the series.
It's always exciting when a movie seemingly comes out of nowhere and becomes a phenomenon, which is pretty much what happened with Star Wars.