How many of you wish you still had your Star Wars action figures? How many of you wish you had bought two of each back in the day?
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.
“So much of the stuff I did in the first Star Wars was very quickly done... Nobody knew that Star Wars was going to be Star Wars.”
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.
There have been a lot of interesting Star Wars related reports hitting the 'Net in recent weeks.
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.
Harrison Ford (aka Han Solo) may be mulling a return to the Star Wars universe, but Carrie Fisher says she has already decided to reprise her role as the lovely Princess Leia.
One of the many recent internet rumors about the upcoming Disney Star Wars trilogy is that Vader will be making his return.
Former Doctor Who star plays a droid in the acclaimed CGI serial.
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.
No, this story was not first reported on a parody site, although the thought of Harrison Ford coming back to Star Wars is…well, words escape us on this one.
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.
Star Wars: The Clone Wars tells the story that was left greatly underserved by the films: Anakin's days as a general in the Clone Wars, and it's been doing a fantastic job.
Angry Birds, coded by the Finnish-based Rovio, is easily one of the most popular games on any mobile platform.
Lucasfilm has released a clip teasing the upcoming season premiere of its CGI Star Wars drama.
The strangest things seem to be sold at auction these days.
Recently, several publications tried to calculate the theoretical net worth of Batman and Iron Man, including what it would cost to maintain their lifestyles and develop those cool superhero gadgets.