Though Sunday marks 'Star Wars' Day, a George Lucas-sized battle is brewing in San Francisco.
Mayor Edwin Lee says he's not about to lose a museum filled with Lucas' art collection and movie memorabilia to Chicago.
Last month, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel ordered civic leaders to find a place for Lucas' interactive museum and collection. Since Lucas is married to Chicago businesswoman Mellody Hobson, the city is considered a possible front runner for the display of his lifetime collection.
But now, Lee has directed his staff to come up with a list of possible places to present to the "Star Wars" creator.
"I will not let go easily of such a significant private investment by one of the world's most prominent filmmakers," Lee said.
Raised in Modesto, Lucas has said he doesn't have enough wall space at his 6,000-acre Skywalker Ranch in Marin County, and he intends to invest up to $300 million of his money for the Lucas Cultural Arts Museum with another $400 million endowment upon his death.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.