"The Mandalorian" showrunner Jon Favreau's behind-the-scenes snap set Twitter alight in all kinds of beautiful ways.
George Lucas reportedly made the change, which appears in the Disney+ release of the beloved film.
George Lucas had some very strong feelings about undergarments in space.
The iconic filmmaker had some bad feelings about Disney's "Star Wars" plans.
Two decades later, Episode I is still a driving Force behind the blockbusters and overzealous fandoms of today.
The "Star Wars" creator's sage words also guided Favreau's direction of "The Lion King."
The actor apparently told the idea to creator George Lucas, who promptly rejected it.
The director's plans for Episodes VII through IX would have involved everyone's favorites, the midi-chlorians.
Things could have been very different going into "Episode IX."
Ernie Fosselius, the creator of the 1978 short film "Hardware Wars," has been holding onto a grudge for decades. He finally wants to iron some things out.
“It’s a cold and it’s a broken Hallelujah” – Leonard Cohen I had never seen the actual painting, just poor, darkened reproductions
So call her Dr. Organa.
And little R2-D2 sells for a whopping $2.76 million.
"They're not fans," he said.
The news comes after Lucasfilm parted ways with the original directors, Phil Lord and Chris Miller.