'Star Wars: Episode 7' – Were we wrong about George Lucas all along? (+video)

BREAKING…. Disney has just confirmed that it has agreed to acquire George Lucas' Lucasfilm Ltd, and that includes rights to the Star Wars franchise that will now continue on. The companies have targeted a 2015 release forSo, there's going to be a Star Wars: Episode VII (and VIII and IX) after all. For years, George Lucas had sworn that 2005's Revenge of the Sith would be the last film produced for the saga. If there's one thing that us Star Wars fans know, however, itThis is real. All the information that follows (except the speculative final paragraph) comes from a Disney statement released this afternoon. The Walt Disney Company today announced that it will acquire Lucasfilm Ltd. fromThe Walt Disney Company announced Tuesday that it planned to release a seventh Star Wars film. Disney has acquired Lucasfilm for $4.05 billion. The film studio was previously owned entirely by George Lucas, the creatorThis is real. All the information that follows (except the speculative final paragraph) comes from a Disney statement released this afternoon. The Walt Disney Company today announced that it will acquire Lucasfilm Ltd. from
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