BlipLucasfilm and ABC are reportedly in talks to create a live action Star Wars television program.
Lucasfilm has confirmed the new Star Wars film will be shot in the UK, continuing the saga's British legacy.
BlipThe directionless game maker, a subsidiary of Disney after the company picked up Lucasfilm, has met its end.
Reports indicate the Sith lord who died at the end of "Return of the Jedi" will be resurrected in Disney's new "Star Wars."
Oscar-winning screenwriter Michael Arndt has confirmed to pen a script for the new Star Wars film, set to be released in 2015.
George Lucas relinquished his 100 percent control of the company in a move that will see Episode VII land in cinemas in 2015.