George Lucas is probably one of the most loved and reviled filmmaker in the genres.
Red Tails - one of the first new non-Star Wars movies from George Lucas - has taken a while to hit theaters, mostly because of reshoots done by the veteran producer/director himself.
Who has fond memories of playing with their (original) Star Wars models or toys? Who still wishes they had them - and not just so they could be sold on eBay for tons of cash?
Star Wars: Underworld would be darker and probably more epic than the prequels.
A hot, un-produced screenplay dubbed "Chewy" is making waves in Hollywood. The script depicts the filming of Star Wars from the uber-tall perspective of Chewbacca, everyone's favorite Wookie.
Working on the original 1977 Star Wars was undoubtedly an amazing experience, but how cool would it have been to be a part of both A New Hope and Tron?
It's amazing how George Lucas's personal Waterloo - the Star Wars Holiday Special of yore - simply refuses to die.
It's a topic of much debate and rage that all geeks know too well: George Lucas tampering with the Star Wars films. Still, in all fairness to Lucas, it's hard for any filmmaker to look back on their work, because all they see are mistakes in need of correction.
It might seem strange to think of David Fincher, director of Girl With the Dragon Tattoo and Fight Club, in the same sentence as Star Wars, but there are some connections.
A lament you constantly hear in Hollywood is today’s lack of risk-taking, and how so many great movies from the 70’s wouldn’t get made today.
Movie buffs everywhere, myself included, are somewhat freaked out that film cameras will no longer be manufactured, as everything in Hollywood is going digital.
There's probably no faster way to rile up a geek than mentioning George Lucas redoing the hallowed Star Wars trilogy.
Activision chief Bobby Kotick is downplaying concerns that Electronic Arts (EA) could steal World of Warcraft market share with its upcoming Star Wars multiplayer game which is due to hit stores on December 20.
For Star Wars, the first days were the hardest. Any fan familiar with the film's history knows the difficult battle George Lucas fought to get the world made.
Like any self-respecting geek, I'm a huge fan of Drew Struzan. The artist drew the artwork for hundreds of classic movie posters, including Star Wars, Harry Potter, Back to the Future and The Goonies.
It wouldn't be too much of a shock or surprise if you told me you didn't know there was a sequel to American Graffiti.
We all know how much everyone loves Star Wars - at least the original three films from the days of yore.
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?