Disney Confirms 'Star Wars: Episode VII' on Target for 2015 Disney has been pretty slow to release official information about its slate of upcoming Star Wars sequels, but nobody gets out of CinemaCon without making a few big announcements, and this one's sort of a doozy, albeit in classically circumspect Mouse House fashion: Episode VII is indeed coming to theaters in 2015, with a new Star Wars-related film to follow every summer. More
Ford not 'yet' ready to talk 'Star Wars' sequels Harrison Ford isn't ready — "yet" — to talk about his reported part in Disney's planned "Star Wars" sequel, but he praises its director, J.J. Abrams. "I think he's fantastic," Ford said in a recent interview.Read more on NewsOK.com More
Preview: 'William Shakespeare's Star Wars' This morning I brought you an exclusive look at the new Lego Star Wars book. Now we have another Force-related preview. This time, the mashup is a little odder: It blends the Star Wars universe with the work of The Bard. More
Disney working on standalone Star Wars movies Star Wars fans have more than just Episodes 7, 8 and 9 to look forward to. Disney CEO Bob Iger said at the annual shareholders meeting in Phoenix on Wednesday that the company is developing "some standalone movies" featuring Star Wars characters. More
George Lucas Loses Legal Battle With Stormtrooper Prop Designer In The UK free Star Wars marathon because Lucas' lawyers threatened to sue the pants off him. Fortunately today the Empire was dealt a loss. The BBC reports that prop designer Andrew Ainsworth has emerged victorious from a copyright battle with George Lucas. 07/27/2011 - 12:56 pm | View Link
Lucas Loses UK Battle Over Stormtrooper Helmets LONDON -- The Empire has struck out. Britain's Supreme Court on Wednesday defeated a bid by George Lucas' company to stop a prop designer making and selling replicas of the iconic stormtrooper helmets from the "Star Wars" films. The court did ... 07/27/2011 - 6:01 am | View Link
George Lucas loses U.K. battle over stormtrooper helmets Lucasfilm Ltd. has been trying for years to stop him, in a battle that has climbed through the British courts. Lucasfilm's lawyers argued that the stormtrooper suits are sculptures and therefore works of art covered by British copyright law. Two lower ... 07/27/2011 - 1:54 am | View Link
Lucas loses UK battle over stormtrooper helmets LONDON (AP) — The Empire has struck out. Britain's Supreme Court on Wednesday defeated a bid by George Lucas' company to stop a prop designer making and selling replicas of the iconic stormtrooper helmets from the "Star Wars" films. The court did ... 07/26/2011 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Lucas loses Stormtrooper court battle Andrew Ainsworth made the headgear for the original movies and started selling the Stormtrooper helmets in 2004 ... but Lucas lost the legal battle in the U.K. because a judge rejected claims the helmets are sculptures. He hoped to overturn the decision ... 07/26/2011 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Kareem Jamar scored 16 points to lead five players in double figures and Montana pulled away in the final five minutes to defeat Idaho 69-58 Wednesday night in the 180th meeting between the two schools.
In addition to Jamar, who also had 10 rebounds and 6 assists, Jordan Gregory reached double figures with 12, Dunn and Weisner had 11 and Keron DeShields had 10.
Holton Hunsaker scored 14 points and made a critical steal to preserve Utah Valley's 62-59 victory over in-state foe Weber State on Wednesday night.
With Utah Valley (4-5) ahead 60-59, Hunsaker missed a free throw with 27 seconds remaining that the Wildcats (1-4) rebounded.
U. S. Sen. Lamar Alexander has replaced his chief of staff after learning the staffer's home was being searched as part of a child pornography investigation.
Justice Department spokesman Peter Carr said in a statement that Loskarn was arrested based on probable cause for possession and distribution of child pornography charges.
Video taken by WJLA-TV shows Loskarn being led from his southeast D.
Milwaukee coach Rob Jeter said the Panthers were trying to make "everything happen in one pass, one play" against No. 4 Wisconsin.
 they committed 19 turnovers that the Badgers turned into 28 points in a 78-52 rout Wednesday night.
For the Badgers, it was their biggest margin of victory on the young season, and they have tied their best start in 70 years.
Despite their reputation as a disciplined basketball team, the Badgers committed three straight turnovers after missing their first shot.
Though Wisconsin was far from perfect Wednesday, it used one run to blow the game open and then capitalized on repeated mistakes by Milwaukee (9-3) to make sure the game stayed out of reach.
Wisconsin reeled off a 23-7 run that featured five 3-pointers by five Badgers to blow the game open, and the Badgers finished the half 9 for 13 from deep.
Tiby came in as the Panthers' leading scorer, and though he scored in double figures, the Badgers played him physically all game.
Police say a man fatally shot in southeast Portland has been identified.
The Oregon state medical examiner says 41-year-old Marc Anthony Leverett died Tuesday night of multiple gunshot wounds.
In a statement Wednesday, police say detectives have very little information and are asking for the public's help to solve the homicide.
Portland resident Brice Pine tells The Oregonian (http://is.gd/SkfzeW) that the man was shot outside Pine's garage.
Pine says Leverett lived in St.