Pip Anderson and Crystal Clarke were chosen by Disney and Lucasfilm from 67,000 actors who applied for the roles online and at casting calls
Surely a preview of many LEGO/Star Wars products to come
Motion Pictures VPs are David Friendly and Lydia Dean Pilcher; Television VPs are Tim Gibbons and Jason Katims
He spent the past three years as executive VP of production at Walt Disney Studios
Backers praise studio chiefs Ron Meyer and Michael Lynton -- and the Department of Justice -- as heroes in the guild's decades-long fight for respect
Fanboys hoping for Marvel movie castings and 'Star Wars' teases get caught in a news black hole
"Rebels" wil take place between episodes three and four
Disney will release the seventh film in the franchise in 2015
Academy wins praise for its first all-members meeting, but tensions flare during foreign-language discussion
The studio rolls out the 3D version of Steven Spielberg's 1993 sci-fi adventure on Friday
No cat-buses or walking castles this time out, but the very human storytelling packs a punch
Kathleen Kennedy previously produced "Jurassic Park," "The Lost World: Jurassic Park" and "Jurassic Park III"
"Beasts of the Southern Wild" star Quvenzhane Wallis was the belle of the ball at an Oscar nominees lunch that felt more engineered and less...
Lucasfilm chief Kathleen Kennedy will be honored for her charitable accomplishments
Kathleen Kennedy will take over as interim president
The creator of "Star Wars" is looking to step back from his day-to-day duties, so he's recruited one of Hollywood's most respected producers to help...
Kathleen Kennedy and Frank Marshall, the team behind "War Horse" and many other theatrical features, will receive a pilot commitment from CBS as part of...
A first-look deal with Steven Spielberg's studio is considered imminent
Steven Spielberg is directing the movie, which stars Daniel Day-Lewis as the nation's 16th president
The writer-director has taken the project back from Universal and plans to shoot in Georgia
Peter Craig will write the action-comedy, based on the French-Canadian blockbuster
Flashlight Films will finance development of the project, which could go to theaters or TV
Based on Michael Morpurgo's novel, will arrive in theaters before "Tintin"
Kennedy and Marshall will produce action-comedy about father-son cops.