George Lucas NOT Planning New 'Star Wars' Trilogy

George Lucas NOT Planning New 'Star Wars' Trilogy

Lucasfilm spokesman has denied report that the filmmaker would make new installments of the sci-fi movie franchise after the planned 3-D conversion of the six 'Star Wars' films.

There will be no new "Star Wars" films in the foreseeable future. In contrary to previous report that George Lucas is pitching a new trilogy of the hit sci-fi movie series, a spokesman for his production company Lucasfilm claims the story is not true.

"This is, of course, completely false," the spokesman, Josh Kushins, tells via email. "George Lucas has plenty of projects to keep him busy right now - including plenty of Star Wars projects - but there are no new Star Wars feature films planned."

The denial is released after IESB reported on Friday, October 22 that an "ultra top-secret Lucasfilm insider" informed them the new trilogy would land after the planned 3-D conversion of the six "Star Wars" films. The site additionally claimed the new projects would not be prequels but instead sequels and they have nothing to do with the live action television series currently in development.

Reactions from fans were varied regarding the rumor. "I, personally, would love to see another trilogy, so long as it doesn't overlook everything that has happened post-[Return of the Jedi], like the Thrawn trilogy/Legacy of the Force/Fate of the Jedi," so wrote ObiWanJedi93 on's Star Wars community board. Meanwhile, Princess Namey on an Adult Swim message board thread was a bit skeptical, stating "Oh gawd why!? Why can't [Lucas] try and make 'original' movies again, and leave Star Wars alone?"

In the meantime, fans can expect to see their favorite films in 3-D theaters, starting with "Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace" in 2012. 20th Century Fox and Lucasfilm have not announced an exact release date, but it was said they eye a date around Valentine's Day.


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    Jan 15, 2011

    if george lucas just stays away from everything having to do with the old republic we star wars fans might survive a new movie with minimal scars

    Dec 31, 2010

    ok what the hell i meen y not make more look at star trek for gawd saks there making more . ok look star wars is A BIG WORLD for movies games and books but what only 6 movies are you kidding star trek allmost has a dozen movie's a lot of books and 5 tv show's what does star wars have ........ i think they can do something i meen do they think it will suck i meen 1 and 2 sucked ass 3 made no seens 4 5 and 6 wear remade so many time i forgot how many and now 3d what the hell cumon george just do our shut the hell up

    Dec 17, 2010

    Oh come on... we need a force unleashed movie!

    Nov 17, 2010

    They should definitly make more. George could tweak and perfect The Force Unleashed series into something, to show how the rebellion grew.

    Nov 17, 2010

    There should be an episode 3.5 where the emperor and dv are just destroying everything in sight!

    Nov 11, 2010

    There's tons of good Star wars material that could easily be turned into great sequals. Lucas just needs to focus more on making good movies instead of detailing the inner workings sw world. The fans who care that much will read the books.

    Nov 09, 2010

    I'm a huge star wars fan, as I'm sure most of you are as well.. Granted I liked the trilogy muuuch more than the prequels, I would be lying if I said I didn't want more films.. Don't contradict previous films, and ffs don't change the originals anymore, but keepem comin.

    Oct 31, 2010

    they need to make a 6 film based on the mercenarys from star wars we know about bobba fett but we dont know the back story on the rest

    Fallopian Turtle
    Oct 25, 2010

    Don't need any more movies, It would only be a regurgitation of what's already been done.

    Oct 25, 2010

    Obviously they would deny any rumors, whether true or not. Right now they want to focus on milking yet another conversion of the released films

    Oct 25, 2010

    I love all 6 STAR WARS movies and the best for me is REVEGE OF THE SITH! But no more movies, 6 movies only!

    Oct 24, 2010

    I would love to see more Star Wars movies, They are great movies to watch, and are very interesting.

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