First new Star Wars film out in 2015; Lucas states firm will now be able to 'blaze new trails in consumer products'
Two of the biggest entertainment franchises come together for a new app game.
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Franchise is also the number two licensed toy overall in the US, according to NPD.
Howard Roffman to remain as senior advisor following top level changes.
Lucas Licensing's Howard Roffman says firm is working with Seth Green on the project.
NPD figures show 2010 was Saga's biggest toy sales year since Episode III.
Focus remains on Clone Wars, plus Blu-ray release of saga and Episode 1 in 3D.
Live action movies to be updated, starting with Phantom Menace in 2012.
Films including Ice Age 4, Green Lantern, The Smurfs and Kung Fu Panda 2 to be showcased.
We kick off a series of interviews with big name US execs in the lead up to Licensing International.
Her Universe to roll out range of female-focused products after deal with Lucas.
Firm adds new categories, as well as moving range into the US market.
Lucas Licensing exec rings Opening Bell as Star Wars remains number one selling licensed toy brand.
Firm's work with properties such as The Clone Wars and Indiana Jones praised.
Success of Clone Wars TV series helps brand to sales of almost $114 million.
US toy retail sales for the brand exceed $450 million during the year.