A deleted scene from Revenge of the Sith has Star Wars fans feeling a little bit weird about Anakin.
The Star Wars prequels are very divisive, but there has been a major shift over the years, which Ewan McGregor reveals.
Samuel L. Jackson reveals that he trained for five weeks in order to perform a two minute Lightsaber duel in Revenge of the Sith.
Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith had an alternate ending that gave Natalie Portman a way better send off.
A rather embarrassing Revenge of the Sith scene has been changed in the official Star Wars canon.
Hayden Christensen made his first appearance at Star Wars Celebration to talk about his role as Anakin Skywalker in the Prequel trilogy.
One Star Wars fan replaces all of the dialogue in Revenge of the Sith with crazy Chinese to English subtitles that make no sense.
George Lucas wasn't interested in directing the Star Wars prequel trilogy, reaching out to three filmmakers who all turned him down.
Fans can experience all six Star Wars movies on Digital HD with brand new special features starting April 10th, 2015.
Fans who attend Star Wars Celebration in Anaheim will get to see all six movies, including Revenge of the Sith debuting in 3D.
The actor has edited all three movies into one 85-minute sci-fi adventure, but will audiences get to see this cut?
20th Century Fox is planning on releasing the 3D converted version of the film on October 4th, 2013.
LucasFilm announced at Star Wars Celebration VI that George Lucas' prequels will hit theaters in 3D September 20, 2013 and October 11, 2013.
You can relive all of the action and adventure from a galaxy far, far away in high-definition with this nine-disc BD set from Fox Home Entertainment.
Harrison Ford and Carrie Fisher put their heated sexual tension on display in a clip from Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back.
George Lucas has done some audio and visual tweaking to the six films in this set, coming September 16th.
Lucasfilm pulls out all the stops with rare documentaries and never-before-seen deleted footage, available September 16th.
This nine-disc Blu-ray set will include over 40 hours of bonus features and will be released on September 16.
Beginning with Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace, all 6 Star Wars films are slated for a 3D release.
George Lucas himself announced the news at Star Wars Celebration V.