Disney drops $4 billion on George Lucas' media empire, terrifying Star Wars fans the world over.
The Hollywood Reporter details Lucasfilm boss Kathleen Kennedy's cajoling of the "Star Trek" director and drops a bomb: The next "Star Wars" may not be ready by 2015.
Although George Lucas' hand-picked head of Lucasfilm says she's certain J.J. Abrams will direct 'Episode VII,' she's not sure the film can be finished by the date Disney has publicly committed to.
Lucasfilm said today that it is going to focus its efforts on making the next "Star Wars" rather than releasing the remaining prequels in 3D.
The Hollywood giant is paying $4.05 billion for George Lucas' wholly owned media empire. And Disney said the seventh "Star Wars" film will be released in 2015, with Episodes 8 and 9 to follow.
Pixar veteran Michael Arndt will write the new Star Wars movie, due out in 2015.
Lucasfilm fires a tow cable and trips up one man's dream to build a fully functional, full-scale AT-AT walker from "The Empire Strikes Back."
The "Star Wars" creator chooses longtime Hollywood producer Kathleen Kennedy to share leadership duties at his giant entertainment company.
Advocates from Vallejo, Calif., are arguing that Lucasfilm should locate its giant new production facility there. But George Lucas' company is being coy about its plans.