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Star Wars creator George Lucas has named Chicago as the home of his upcoming museum of art and movie memorabilia.
Chicago beat San Francisco and Los Angeles to become the city of the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art, which the famed director hopes to open in 2018.
Lucas said, "I am humbled to be joining such an extraordinary museum community and to be creating the museum in a city that has a long tradition of embracing the arts."
Tom Cruise is reportedly being lined up for a cameo role in the new Star Wars: Episode VII film.
The A-list actor is said to have met with director JJ Abrams, who he worked with on Mission: Impossible 5, in London the past week, according to The Sun.
The plot of the the movie, which will star Harrison Ford and Carrie Fisher, has been kept a secret but it takes place 30 years after the end of Return Of The Jedi.
Ford, who broke his left leg 'during an incident with a door' while filming, is not expected to be back on set for several months.
Star Wars actor Harrison Ford has broken his ankle during filiming of the new Star Wars film, according to reports.
The BBC claims that the 71-year-old sustained the injury after a garage door fell on him while on the set of Star Wars: Episode VII at Pinewood Studios in Buckinghamshire.
Ford, who plays Hans Solo, was airlifted to John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford for treatment yesterday.
A spokesman for Thames Valley police said: "We were called just after 5pm to reports of a 71-year-old man being injured in an incident believed to involve a garage door."
Disney, which now owns the Star Wars franchise, says filming will continue while Ford recuperates.
Actor Harrison Ford has been taken to hospital in Oxford after hurting himself on the set of Star Wars: Episode VII, a Disney spokesman said.
The Hollywood star, reprising his role as Han Solo in a Disney reboot of the Star Wars franchise being shot at London's Pinewood Studios, is said to have hurt his ankle.
The 71-year-old was injured by the door of the Millennium Falcon spaceship, according to a report in the Hollywood Reporter.
A spokeswoman for South Central Ambulance Service said: "We were called at 4.24pm to Pinewood to reports of a 71-year-old male who had sustained an injury to his ankle from a door that had fallen."
Oscar-winning actress Lupita Nyong'o and Game Of Thrones star Gwendoline Christie have been recruited to the cast of the new Star Wars film.
Mexican-Kenyan Nyong'o landed her role after praise for her performance in 12 Years A Slave and winning an Academy Award earlier this year.
British actress Christie has stars as Brienne of Tarth in Game Of Thrones and will soon be in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2.
Filming has begun on the new Star Wars movie, which is set to star many of the original stars alongside a set of newcomers.
Fans were informed that cameras had started rolling after a photo was posted by director JJ Abrams' production company Bad Robot on Twitter.
Star Wars: Episode VII is being filmed in Pinewood Studios in Buckinghamshire, continuing the movie series' tradition of working in the UK, despite being the first time Abrams has filmed outside the US.
Original cast members Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher and Mark Hamill will work with newcomers Daisy Ridley and John Boyega in the movie set for release in December 2015.
A robotic arm for amputees named after the "Star Wars" character Luke Skywalker, has been approved for production, which could revolutionize the industry worldwide.
The arm can perform multiple, simultaneous movements and has been allowed for sale by the US Food and Drug Administration after extensive testing.
The arm has been allowed to be mass produced after reviewing data, including a US Department of Veterans Affairs study, in which 90 percent of people who used the device were able to perform complex tasks.
These included using keys and locks, feeding themselves, using zippers and brushing and combing hair.