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Check out the latest featurette for Star Wars: A Solo Story

On May 25, the latest installment of the Star Wars theatrical franchise will drop in theaters. Shooting Star Wars: A Solo Story hasn’t been all roses, with Ron Howard stepping in to take over fo

Jon Favreau is making a Star Wars show for Disney’s streaming service

Disney plans to include Star Wars and Marvel TV shows as part of the lineup in its upcoming streaming service, but details about those shows have been scant until today, when the company announced th

The showrunners behind ‘Game of Thrones’ have signed on to write some ‘Star Wars’ movies

David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, the writers who turned George R.R. Martin's fantasy novels into a television phenomenon, will be writing and producing a new series of Star Wars films.

‘The Last Jedi’ is the most moving Star Wars movie — and the funniest

One of the most common ways to praise a new Star Wars movie is to claim that it’s the best one since The Empire Strikes Back. But sometimes the clichés are accurate. And this time, I have to sa

Brand new ‘Star Wars’ trilogy coming from ‘The Last Jedi’ director Rian Johnson

Star Wars will get another film trilogy, which will be entirely new and will be separate from the current saga focusing on the Skywalker family and its close associates and friends. The news comes dir

Magic Leap hires co-founder of Lucasfilm’s ILMxLAB

Augmented reality money-raiser Magic Leap is still hard at work on that first product, but they're also continuing to get some pretty notable names to back up their vision. This time they're adding th

The new trailer for ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ focuses on Rey and Kylo Ren

The first trailer for Star Wars: The Last Jedi reassured us that we were finally going to hear Luke Skywalker’s voice again — even if it was only so he could tell us that it was time for the J

ILMxLAB’s Diana Williams and Michael Koperwas will join us at TechCrunch Disrupt SF

Every Star Wars fan's dream is to be there – to inhabit the rich world created by Lucasfilm and the creative minds behind the epic films and their surrounding media universe. ILMxLAB, the immersive

Magic Leap says it will debut its product . . . “hopefully soonish”

Anyone hoping that Magic Leap would share exact plans today about when it will debut its “mixed reality” technology was probably a little disappointed. At a Fortune conference in Aspe

Netflix touts Disney partnership to remind U.S. subscribers it still has movies

In the midst of a quest to become an international video streaming success, Netflix has been drawing criticism from core, U.S. customers who say its film and TV library — beyond original series

Star Wars Dips Into Virtual Reality With “Jakku Spy,” Created In Parallel With The Force Awakens

The Star Wars marketing blitz is on, with everything from trailers hitting the Internet to cans of food donning the likeness of characters at the supermarket. People are flat out excited to see this n

Bob Iger Says Disney Will Focus On Mobile And Social (Not Console) Star Wars Games

The big emphasis during Disney's conference call discussing <a href="https://beta.techcrunch.com/2012/10/30/disney-to-acquire-lucasfilm/">its acquisition of Lucasfilm for $4.05 billion</a> was, not su

The First Augmented Reality Star Wars Game, Falcon Gunner, Hits The App Store

<img src="http://tctechcrunch.files.wordpress.com/2010/11/thatguy.jpg"> Star Wars and video games go hand-in-hand. There is a long line of Star Wars-themed games going back to the days of arcade ga

These Are Not The Addroids You Are Looking For

<img class="shot2" src="http://tctechcrunch.files.wordpress.com/2010/09/obiwan.png" alt="" />George Lucas <a href="https://beta.techcrunch.com/2010/08/30/lucasfilm-jedi-mind/">likes lawsuits</a>. He a

Name Wars: George Lucas Forces Jedi Mind To Rename Itself

<img src="http://tctechcrunch.files.wordpress.com/2010/08/lucas.jpg" class="shot2" /> <a href="http://www.lucasfilm.com/">Lucasfilm</a>, "Star Wars" creator George Lucas' film production company, rec

Star Wars again. And again. And again…

One good idea. That’s all it takes. One. And then you can milk it forever, diluting the original source material until it is just a pale puddle worthy of no attention at all. Star Wars is going 3-D.