Since 1977, Star Wars has been delighting viewers with its grand stories and with Ahsoka now on Disney+ viewers may need a refresher on the franchise's timeline.
Rosario Dawson returns to Star Wars as Ahsoka Tano in a new tale from the sci-fi franchise that is reminiscent of George Lucas' iconic films in a unique way.
The fourth is strong with a particular date in May - but why? Here's how Star Wars Day started and why its celebrated among Jedis and Padawans alike.
Dave Filoni's Star Wars movie promises to be an epic crossover event for the Disney+ series.
It’s very possible that Star Wars as we know it could exist in a different dimension within the MCU.
“Jonathan Kasdan does such a great job of writing three-dimensional characters. I think [audiences] will be surprised by people not conforming to archetypes and stereotypes.”
Val Kilmer was unable to return as Madmartigan in the Disney+ sequel series, but his presence is still felt throughout.
As Harrison Ford turns 80, it’s worth reminding ourselves that it’s often luck, as well as talent, that makes some people megastars.
Ewan McGregor and Hayden Christensen didn't speak with George Lucas about Obi-Wan Kenobi, but he may still have offered some input.
'Star Wars' fever gripped the UK on this day in 1977, when the first release in the franchise finally hit British cinemas.
45 years ago, George Lucas shook the film industry with a nostalgic cruise through Southern California in “America Graffiti”