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Disney and Lucasfilm Animation announced Monday that production has started on Star Wars Rebels, an animated series set between the two existing film trilogies.
Lucasfilm announced on Friday that production of Star Wars: Episode VII will take place in the United Kingdom
Disney will release one Star Wars movie every summer starting in 2015 with Episode VII.
After three decades of creating memorable adventure games and letting players interact with the Star Wars universe, LucasArts is shutting down. Disney, which bought Lucasfilm and its properties for $4 billion in October, said today …
We take a comprehensive look at recent news and rumors surrounding the new Disney era of all things Star Wars.
While “Star Wars: The Clone Wars” is no longer being produced as a televised series, several key story arcs will continue as “bonus content” on a different platform, which has not yet been announced.
The consequences of the Republic’s prosecution of Anakin’s apprentice for crimes she didn’t commit will continue to haunt the Jedi
Star Wars Episode VII to focus on one Solo kid and one Solo grandkid; Yoda is a no-go; Zahn back for more?
So how about some juicy Star Wars rumoring to usher us into the weekend?
The Huffington Post reports that Tim Curry has been cast as Chancellor Palpatine in “Star Wars: The Clone Wars.”
In addition to an exploration of political idealists who have betrayed the Jedi in the past, there will also be nods in this episode to the public’s waning respect for the Jedi — and “CSI Miami.”