Sorry, but Lucas and his cohorts is going to have to convince me to give him more of my money and, more importantly, more of my time.
I thought it was Disney/Abrams now. Is the LucasFilms logo not a formality?
It is still Lucas films, but Lucas films is now a subsidiary of the larger Walt Disney Company, as Lucas sold his company for over $4 billion in 2012. Nice, if you can get it.
Which is why you now see . . .
Star Wars--the Adventures Continue attraction at the various Disney theme parks
Star Wars Weekends at Disney Hollywood Studios at Walt Disney World
Star Wars at Sea on the ships of Disney Cruise Line
and why you can tour Lucas film Studio with Adventures by Disney on their San Francisco Long Weekend adventure
and why . . . in the future . . you'll see . . .
the 1st six films released on HD DVD, with the cooperation of 20th Century Fox
and a new series of Star Wars graphic novels by Marvel Comics, another subsidiary of the Walt Disney Company