This week, a pop icon crushed everyone’s dreams and “Episode VII” just got a lot more real.
This week a teen heartthrob isn’t above the law, Emmy nominations were announced, and something happened in a galaxy far, far away.
This week one pop star reveals all (literally), another is released from jail, and another faces racism allegations.
“Star Wars” fans gathered in the Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Times Square Odditorium Saturday, to celebrate what has been deemed the “holiest’ day on the “Star Wars” calendar.
President Barack Obama jumbled the two most successful science fiction franchises during a news conference to discuss automatic spending cuts.
The Obama administration will not be starting a new “Star Wars” defense initiative.
Disney is paying $4.05 billion to buy Lucasfilm Ltd., the production company behind “Star Wars,” from its chairman and founder, George Lucas. It’s also making a seventh movie in the “Star Wars” series called “Episode 7,” set for release in 2015.
If you see more Jedi Knights, Whovians, or Trekkies in the city, there’s a very good reason.
Who’s ready for some football? John Rich and Big Kenny of Big & Rich, who give their picks for NFL week two.
What do George Lucas, Jon Bon Jovi, and country duo Big & Rich have in common? More than you might think.
The toilet tissue is printed with advertisements and coupon codes that can be read by the user’s smartphone.
Nerdy. Eccentric. Quirky. One thing’s for certain: At 37, years after most players’ careers have peaked, R.A. Dickey is finally reaching his pinnacle.
Not long from now in a park not that far away, New Yorkers will celebrate the epic science fiction saga “Star Wars” with a lightsaber battle.
Irvin Kershner, who directed the Star Wars sequel “The Empire Strikes Back” and the James Bond film “Never Say Never Again,” has died. He was 87.