B. Alan looks back on one of the most seminal sci-fi experiences of the past three decades.
We have all the details about this screening for charity that will feature a Q&A with the legendary actor.
The creator of the hit animated series also reveals why there likely won't be any spoof DVD's of the second Star Wars trilogy.
According to the folks at LucasFilm, it turns out to be just a rumor.
We got your first look at the hour long season premiere.
Company seeks to quell rumors that have been brewing on other sites.
Own the films that you first saw in the theater almost 30 years ago.
The experience visits 11 U.S. cities in it's 3 week run.
Fans are asked to "understand" the company's position.
"It is state of the art, as of 1993, and that's not as good as state of the art 2006." says Lucasfilm's Jim Ward.
New covers appear to resemble original movie posters.
Lucasfilm finally responds to fans' cries of purity!
Another original trilogy set coming this winter.
An auction to be held in late July.
Catching up on the storyline before taking a look at the latest installment.
"No, we don't have any real plans..."
...coming soon to a theater near you
B. Alan uncovers the truth about a fear thousands of movie-goers deal with every year.
...generating $115 million in worldwide sales during its first day in release Tuesday