While the upcoming Star Wars Episode VII will take place some time after Return of the Jedi, the following films might span Darth Vader's early years.
Both filmmakers expressed trepidation in taking on this highly-anticipated sequel for Disney Pictures and LucasFilm.
The Oscar-winning Little Miss Sunshine writer will tackle the latest installment of this franchise set in a galaxy far, far away.
The Star Wars creator and LucasFilm co-chairman offer tiny hints about where they are in the process of making this sci-fi sequel.
Quentin Tarantino does not want to make the Simon West version of Star Wars now that Disney controls the franchise.
Steven Spielberg, J.J. Abrams, and Brad Bird Top Contenders for Star Wars: Episode VII; Zack Snyder Not Interested
Michael Arndt's 50-page treatment is going out to the biggest directors in Hollywood.
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire and Toy Story 3 screenwriter is the frontrunner for the most anticipated sequel on the planet.
The comic book creator reveals that the filmmaker departed from X-Men: Days of Future Past to make an adaptation of the comic book Secret Service.
The actress reveals that she would accept an offer to reprise her classic role in Disney's highly-anticipated sequel of the century.
The Safety Not Guaranteed filmmaker reportedly discussed the project months ago with George Lucas himself.
An insider reveals the actors are 'upbeat' about the prospect of returning for the new sequel.
The X-Men: First Class director is said to be in early discussions, and this is why he dropped out of X-Men: Days of Future Past.
A LucasFilm insider says Disney has created new material for this upcoming trilogy, and it won't be based on Timothy Zahn's popular novels.
Luke Skywalker May Return in Star Wars Episode 7; Mark Hamill Meets with George Lucas and Carrie Fisher About the New Trilogy!
The actor says he was surprised by the Disney news, and we may see Luke as a 40-year-old Jedi.
The director sits down with producer Kathleen Kennedy to discuss Disney's plan to make another trilogy of Star Wars movies through their acquisition of LucasFilm.
George Lucas will be passing the torch to new filmmakers for the next installment in his blockbuster franchise.