The filmmaker tells Charlie Rose he created the sci-fi classic to test whether audiences could still engage in traditional myth-sharing.
The Star Wars veteran discusses saying yes to Abrams, the “awful” CG C-3PO in the prequels, and how he initially didn’t want to play the now-iconic character.
This week we return to a galaxy far, far away to find out whether George Lucas inserted a shot of a severed arm to avoid the dreaded G rating from the MPAA.
This week we travel back to long time ago to discover when George Lucas came up with the idea to produce prequels to his Star Wars films.
Did the boy band ‘N Sync really film a scene for Star Wars: Attack of the Clones?
Walt Disney Studios chief Alan Horn reiterates that casting for Episode VII is nearly complete, and says George Lucas remains involved in the franchise as a consultant.
Well, he has an answer, but might not be the one you were looking for.
George Lucas and Mark Hamill talk all things lightsaber in a behind-the-scenes featurette for the original Star Wars trilogy.
This week Brian Cronin uses the Force to uncover whether the original draft of The Empire Strikes Back depicted a vastly different Skywalker family tree.
Brian Cronin delves into the enduring Star Wars legend that the Wampa attack was written into The Empire Strikes Back to explain away Mark Hamill’s injuries from a car accident.
The Star Wars YouTube channel unleashes the original teaser trailer for Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi, when it was titled Revenge of the Jedi.
Brian Cronin tries to make the Kessel Run in less than 12 parsecs to determine whether concerns about toy sales kept George Lucas from killing off Han Solo in Return of the Jedi.