Although the filmmaker revealed he’d begun work on Episode VII before selling Lucasfilm, he says Disney decided not to go with any of his ideas.
Long after virtually everyone else, the filmmaker finally caught the 88-second teaser for the J.J. Abrams film. But what did he think about it?
Lucas had intended to direct the first installment of the new trilogy and release it in May 2015, and then sell Lucasfilm, but Disney had other plans.
Asked whether he was curious to see what J.J. Abrams had done with the franchise, Lucas replied, “Not really.”
Author Brandon Alinger talks with SPINOFF about scouring the Lucasfilm Archives for his exhaustive book about the iconic costumes of the saga’s Original Trilogy.
The first trailer has arrived for the fairy-tale musical inspired by William Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
Inspired by A Midsummer Night’s Dream, the film features a story by George Lucas and a voice cast that includes Alan Cumming, Evan Rachel Wood and Kristin Chenoweth.
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?