The multiyear agreement with "Star Wars" producer Lucasfilm will also cover the upcoming "Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith."
Financial details of the deal were not released.
THQ Wireless will produce mobile games, ring tones, video clips, screen savers and wallpaper based on characters, images and tracks in the films.
"Our primary focus is to create a quality 'Star Wars' experience for a fan base that is unlike any other," THQ Wireless President Tim Walsh said in a statement.
THQ Wireless, a subsidiary of Interactive entertainment software maker THQ, works closely with several handset makers, including Nokia, Motorola and Sony Ericsson, and has distribution deals with wireless networks such as Vodafone, Orange, Nextel and Sprint.
Wireless entertainment is slowly emerging as a market with immense potential. A recent study conducted by In-Stat/MDR projected that mobile games, which account for a large share of the mobile content industry,of wireless-data revenue, amounting to nearly $1.8 billion, by 2009.
Among those who have recently jumped on to the hugely popular wireless content bandwagon areand , which recently struck a deal with wireless carrier Sprint.