Lucasfilm has quickly confirmed that Michael Arndt, the Oscar-winning screenwriter of Little Miss Sunshine and Toy Story 3, will pen Star Wars: Episode VII, which is expected to include appearances by stars of the original trilogy.
Oscar winner Michael Arndt reportedly has written a 40- to 50-page treatment for Star Wars: Episode VII, which would include a much older Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia and Han Solo. Updated!
Sons of Anarchy actor Jimmy Smits, who played Senator Bail Organa in two Star Wars films, acknowledges he’d be interested in reprising the role in the newly announced Episode VII. “If they want to call, let them call,” he tells Spinoff Online.
A new report contends Harrison Ford might be interested in reprising his role as Han Solo in the recently announced Star Wars Episode VII, which is set to arrive in 2015.
George Lucas met with big-name screenwriters, and actors Mark Hamill and Carrie Fisher, to discuss a new live-action Star Wars trilogy months before Tuesday’s announcement that Disney is buying Lucasfilm.
Disney’s new Star Wars trilogy won’t be based on any existing material, including the bestselling Thrawn Trilogy, a Lucasfilm source contends.
Less than three years after buying Marvel for $4 billion, The Walt Disney Company has announced it will acquire Lucasfilm for $4.05 billion in cash and stock. With the news arrives word that a new Star Wars movie will be released in 2015. Updated at 3:23 p.m.
George Lucas announced fall 2013 theatrical release dates for 3D versions of Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones and Episode III – Revenge of the Sith.
George Lucas and Steven Spielberg’s Raiders of the Lost Ark will receive an IMAX re-release ahead of the debut of Indiana Jones: The Complete Adventures Blu-ray collection.
Marc Bernardin returns for a rundown of the best, and most offbeat, DVD and Blu-ray releases arriving in stores today. This week’s list includes the second season of Sherlock, the only season of The River, and the adventures of Daniel Radcliffe, ghost hunter, in The Woman in Black.
It’s May 4th tomorrow, a day that traditionally just means we should be thinking about all things Star Wars, but let’s face it: Everyone is thinking about Marvel’s The Avengers instead. Which got me thinking: Would both the internet and fandom assembled collapse in on itself if Joss Whedon was handed the reins of George Lucas’ grand space opera?