Over the weekend, thousands of hopeful actors braved London's cold to audition for two parts in the next 'Star Wars' trilogy -- one of several open casting sessions held around the world.
So Harrison Ford is still not quite sure whether he wants to spark up the Millennium Falcon's hyperdrive one last time and head back into the Star Wars universe.
Revisiting the nadir of Star Wars lore for its latest game may seem like a risk for Rovio, but it's no surprise that Angry Birds Star Wars II (Windows Phone 8, 79p) is more fun than the prequel trilogy upon which it is based.
Hell hath no fury like a room full of disappointed Star Wars acolytes: a Disney boss at a high profile convention in California has been booed after admitting he had nothing new to tell fans about JJ Abrams' forthcoming Episode VII.
A mildly spooky thing happens while I'm at home preparing my questions the night before meeting Sofia Coppola: Nino Rota's theme music for The Godfather comes on the radio.
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The force is coming to Britain. George Osborne, the U.K. finance minister announced on Friday that the next Star Wars film will be made in the country.
Harrison Ford has confirmed for the first time that he expects to return as sardonic space smuggler Han Solo in Disney's forthcoming new Star Wars film.
No decision have been made about reuniting the old 'Star Wars' cast in the coming sequels, Walt Disney CEO Bob Iger told CNBC.