Kathleen Kennedy has provided an update on the future of the Star Wars universe, calling it “an ever-evolving process."
Trevorrow was set to close out the 'Star Wars' Sequel Trilogy until he left the project in 2017.
Kathleen Kennedy, the boss of Lucasfilm, has weighed in on why she reckons George Lucas decided to return to his Star Wars universe and make his controversial prequel series.
Kennedy was at the awards show to receive a Bafta Fellowship, the highest accolade bestowed by the British Academy.
Maryann Brandon said she was editing 'The Rise of Skywalker' just 10 feet away from where director J.J. Abrams was shooting the film.
'The Rise of Skywalker' brings the main 'Star Wars' saga to an end after more than 40 years, leaving many questions about what comes next.
Watch the new characters turning up in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, because we might well be seeing some of them again.
Before The Rise of Skywalker even had a proper name, Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow was all set to direct and co-write Star Wars IX.
George Lucas is no great fan of the current state of the Star Wars franchise.
George Lucas was famously edged out of the production of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, after he sold his Lucasfilm firm to Disney in 2012.
The first ever Star Wars live action TV series will be overseen by Jungle Book director Jon Favreau. This is why the franchise is in safe hands.
Disney boss reveals a live-action Star Wars TV series is on the way in 2019. But will it convince you to fork out for the Disney streaming service?
While Lucasfilm chief Kathleen Kennedy deals with fallout over her decision to fire Han Solo directors, one person who absolutely understands her position is Kevin Feige, the producing force behind another valuable Disney-owned galaxy: the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
After welcoming George Lucas and Harrison Ford among its guests on Thursday, Star Wars Celebration had no issues figuring out what to do for an encore: Friday in Orlando brought the new generation of fan favorites to Orlando for the Star Wars: The Last Jedi panel. To get the flavor of the jovial event hosted by Josh Gad, click through our picks of favorite photos from the event above.
Disney weighs options for the future of the iconic character as directors for the upcoming 'Episode VIII' and 2019's 'Episode IX' plan out how she will fit into the rest of the franchise films
Exec tells Empire Magazine no matter how well the first standalone Star Wars performs at the box office, this story is one and done
It’s almost impossible to imagine ‘Jurassic Park,’ or any of its three sequels, without one key figure: the Tyrannosaurus Rex. “I was sitting by the monitor one time with Steven on ‘Jurassic’ and about halfway through the movie we killed the T. Rex. "He had been watching the movie in his head as we’re shooting, and we’re halfway through the process and we’re nearing the moment where we’re gonna shoot the scene where we kill the T. Rex and he’s like, 'No, the T. Rex is the star of the movie.
‘Star Wars’ creator George Lucas may get a raw deal from fans and critics nowadays after the special editions and the prequels - but surely his blessing on the new movies counts for something. The imminent ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ is the first ‘Star Wars’ movie in which Lucas has had no creative involvement, after selling his company Lucasfilm to Disney in 2012.
Princess Leia may have been in charge of the Rebellion, but when will we see a female director take charge of a ‘Star Wars’ movie? During an interview with Fortune, Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy promised that they do want a female ‘Star Wars’ director… but it’s all about finding the right one. “We are going to hire a woman who’s going to direct a Star Wars movie. On the other hand, I want to make sure we put someone in that position who’s set up for success.” - Han Solo Gets A Star Wars Spin-Off - 7 Actors Who Hated Being In Star Wars - San Diego Comic Con Bans Selfie Sticks Of course, there are plenty of strong females within the ‘Star Wars’ universe… but the big argument here is that female directors simply don’t get the same opportunities to direct million-dollar franchises in the first place.