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The first trailer has arrived for the fairy-tale musical inspired by William Shakespeare’s "A Midsummer Night’s Dream."
Acclaimed writer Mark Waid tells CBR TV about opening Thrillbent's doors, his new "Star Wars" book from Marvel and what drew him to "SHIELD."
Jason Aaron tells CBR about Marvel Comics' "Stars Wars," his ongoing series following the exploits of Luke Skywalker after the destruction of the first Death Star.
Kieron Gillen uses the Dark Side of the Force in Marvel's "Star Wars: Darth Vader," following the villain's path following the first Death Star's destruction.
"Looper" director Rian Johnson will write and direct "Star Wars: Episode VIII" and "Episode IX," taking the reins from J.J. Abrams.
Harrison Ford was taken to the hospital after hurting his ankle, but Disney said his injury won’t delay shooting of "Star Wars: Episode VII."
To celebrate Star Wars Days, Lucasfilm and Disney have revealed new trailers for the animated "Star Wars Rebels" TV show coming this fall.
With Disney now in charge of the franchise, SPINOFF muses on the future of Indiana Jones -- with and without star Harrison Ford.
Conan Doyle estate considers appeal, points to trademarks! How Marvel coordinates print and film strategies! "The Clone Wars" heading to comics! Plus much more!
Disney now has full control over any potential future Indiana Jones movies, while Paramount retains distribution rights to the first four.
Disney has set a Dec. 18, 2015 release date for "Star Wars: Episode VII," directed by J.J. Abrams from a script he co-wrote with franchise veteran Lawrence Kasdan.
Lucasfilm gives fans a sneak peek at the villainous side of "Star Wars: Rebels," including the debut of the Empire's Inquisitor.
In a candid, spoiler-filled interview, writer J.W. Rinzler discusses and artist Mike Mayhew's Dark Horse Comics adaption of George Lucas' original concept for his blockbuster multimedia franchise, "The Star Wars."
Layoffs anticipated at Disney following company-wide review! Comic Con South Africa may not be all it's purported to be! Massive comics collection goes up for auction this weekend! Plus more!
Disney shut down Lucasfilm's long-running studio LucasArts today, ending production on all current projects including "Star Wars: First Assault" and the highly anticipated "Star Wars 1313."
In what Lucasfilm and Dark Horse call "the biggest event in the history of 'Star Wars' comics," the publisher revealed at WonderCon it will adapt George Lucas’ rough-draft original screenplay for the 1977 blockbuster.
After five seasons, Lucasfilm will “wind down” the hit "Star Wars: The Clone Wars," which will be replaced with a new series. It will also postpone the release of "Star Wars: Detours."
Though no contracts have been signed, Mark Hamill confirmed he’s in talks to return as Luke Skywalker in "Star Wars: Episode VII," which he hopes will be “much more carefree and lighthearted and humorous.”
Following confirmation that Disney is developing standalone "Star Wars" films centering on established characters, our thoughts turn to who could step into Harrison Ford's boots for the rumored Han Solo origin story.
"Star Trek Into Darkness" director J.J. Abrams has been confirmed to direct "Star Wars Episode VII" for Disney with a 2015 target release date.
Following purchases of Pixar, Marvel and Lucasfilm, Disney eyes cost-cutting measures! Another look at the Shooter Era of Marvel! Lemire on the end of "Sweet Tooth"! The waning of rage comics! Rob Guillory on "Chew"! More!
Rumors have surfaced that the "Star Wars" license currently held by Dark Horse Comics will shift to the Disney-owned Marvel Comics in 2013.
Corinna Bechko and Gabriel Hardman discuss their new Dark Horse series, "Star Wars: Legacy," revealing the name Han and Leia's granddaughter and the likelihood of last remaining Skywalker appearing in the series.
Lucasfilm has quickly confirmed that Michael Arndt, the Oscar-winning screenwriter of "Little Miss Sunshine" and "Toy Story 3," will pen "Star Wars: Episode VII," set to arrive in 2015.
In light of Disney purchasing Lucasfilm, our artists drew mash-ups of Disney and Star Wars characters. Jabba takes the Disney princesses as slaves, Peter Pan meets Darth Hook and here comes Hannah Organa!
Disney has made it clear the purchase of Lucasfilm on October 30 was for Star Wars and Star Wars alone. SPINOFF asks if this was a short-sighted reason.
With Marvel and Lucasfilm both Disney-owned companies, we take a look at Marvel's Star Wars comics! Was there a character Lucas hated? Did the comic accidentally predict a major "Return of the Jedi" plot point? Plus, more!
In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, New York resident Brett White finds it difficult to get worked up over yesterday's announcement of Disney's acquisition of Lucasfilm.
Disney’s new "Star Wars" trilogy won’t be based on any existing material, including the bestselling "Thrawn Trilogy," a Lucasfilm source contends.
Dark Horse President Mike Richardson comments on Disney's purchase of Lucasfilm and what it means for the publisher's "Star Wars" expanded universe comics and the potential ramifications for the publisher moving forward.
Less than three years after buying Marvel for $4 billion, The Walt Disney Company has announced it will acquire Lucasfilm for $4.05 billion. With the news arrives word of a new Star Wars movie for 2015. Updated at 3:23 p.m.
"Incredible Change-Bots" cartoonist Jeffrey Brown imagines family life in the Skywalker household in "Darth Vader and Son," available next week from Chronicle Books. CBR spoke with Brown about the project.
A new rumor has emerged with a potentially major detail about the storyline of "Star Wars: Underworld," the much-discussed, and currently shelved, live-action TV series. SPINOFF has details.
Legendary artist Joe Kubert's poster for Lucasfilm's upcoming feature "Red Tails" debuted at New York Comic Con as a show-exclusive giveaway.
CBR spoke with writer John Ostrander about his new Star Wars miniseries for Dark Horse, which examines whether a man can work for something as evil as the Empire without becoming evil himself.
Tom Taylor spoke about writing the adventures of Star Wars' intergalactic man of mystery, Boba Fett and he brought along Daniel Logan, the actor who played young Boba in "Star Wars: Attack of the Clones."
Lucasfilms and Reed Exhibitions PopGroup have released details about this year's Star Wars Celebration V, which will be held in Orlando, Florida from August 12-15 in commemoration of the 30th Anniversary of "Star Wars."
PRESS RELEASE: G4 and Lucasfilm Present The First-Ever Televised Panel In San DIego Comic-Con History
Lucasfilm’s Steve Sansweet talked to fans at Comic-Con about the new video game, “The Force Unleashed,” and brought the creative team behind “Star Wars: The Clone Wars” film and TV show to discuss the new projects.