2 November 2012 10:04 PM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

We have no idea what could be bigger and better than Star Wars, but we'll just have to give George Lucas the benefit of the doubt. Asked how he felt selling Lucasfilm—aka his life's work—to Disney this week for $4.05 billion, the pioneering action-adventure visionary exclusively told E! News tonight that it was "very sad" for him, but it was the result of a decision he made about four years ago, when he first decided it was time to transition away from the Star Wars franchise. The business doesn't just encompass the existing six films (seven if you count the animated Star Wars: The Clone Wars), of course--there's TV, video games, merchandise, theme park attractions, and a »


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