Linda Ronstadt says she suffers from Parkinson's disease, which has robbed her ability to sing.
Oscar-winning composer John Williams is to return to score Star Wars: Episode VII, it has been announced.
Star Wars has been rewritten as a Shakespearian drama in a bid to get more children interested in the Bard. It’s a new hope that’s surprisingly inspired, discovers John Walsh
Disney has announced it will launch TV series Star Wars Rebels
Is the director leaving Starfleet to boldly go to a galaxy far, far away?
Statement says the White House is keen to emphasise its belief in galactic peace, saying that it does not support the blowing up of other planets
Take one of the most popular games ever to hit the iPhone, mix it with the biggest movie franchise in the history of film, and what do you get? Angry Birds Star Wars.
The next Star Wars film won't be based on any existing books or films, according to E! Online. A source at Lucasfilm has revealed that George Lucas is hatching "an original story" to run through Episodes VII, VIII and IX.
Former BioWare producer Rich Vogel to head development at new studio
Director reverses changes he made for 20th anniversary DVD
Long has been the wait for a Star Wars experience which fully incorporates those two most coveted of Jedi activities: using the force and swooshing a lightsaber. Alas, the wait goes on.
Ralph McQuarrie designed several futuristic films but is best-known for visualising the landscapes of Star Wars and designing characters including Chewbacca, R2-D2 andC-3PO. It led to more "space" projects but he also worked on other science-fiction and fantasy projects and won an Oscar for Cocoon.
A stunning teaser can make a mediocre film look like a classic, but what are the vital ingredients when making one? David Crookes finds out why a pop song can be just as key as a classy voiceover
Forty years on, Peter Bogdanovich's The Last Picture Show is still a moving portrayal of teenage life in small-town America, says Geoffrey Macnab
He's famous for his brutal characters and shocking plotlines. What personal experiences inform Neil LaBute's dark material? On the eve of a new play, he talks about family, critics and telling racist jokes
'Star Wars' creator George Lucas believes the world will end in 2012.