Although it's not set to open on Chicago's lakefront for a few years, there's one sure thing about George Lucas' vaunted Museum of Narrative Art: It should have one heck of a gift shop.
"Star Wars: The Force Awakens," the seventh film in the space saga franchise Lucas launched 38 years ago and the first in a decade, is a month away from hitting theaters. A visit to the supermarket or other retailer is all it takes to be reminded of the series' legacy.
Sometimes it's tempting to think of "Star Wars" as Sky Mall.
Sell, it does.
The reason Lucas can afford to be a museum benefactor is that he not only developed new ways to use technology to tell...