Star Wars star: Episode IX features in December and finishes the problem of the current 'The Force Awakens' in 2015. But only before the first title of the month came to an end. Name and trailer, Disney's leader, Bob Iger, set out plans to delay the rapid movement of new Star Wars films.
In an interview with Bloomberg to mark the anniversary of Star Wars' annual celebration, Iger said the studio aims to take time after Episode IX to visit the theater. "We haven't mentioned specific film plans after that," he said. “The films are in development, but are not listed. We'll bring a stop, a time, and a reinstatement, due to the end of the ninth film Skywalker and the other Stars Wars films. to be on. "
At a panel at the Star Wars celebrations, cast and director JJ Abrams shared more information on this final portion of shaga Skywalker. The title is “Rise Skywalker”, and it seems that it takes the full cycle of license: the Emperor is back. You can check out his first thermal trailer here to see everything for yourself.
Iger also told Bloomberg that the studio aimed to focus on Star Wars TV projects at that time. The live TV show The Mandalorian will be confirmed to be available on Disney + streaming service when it is launched in November. There is also a series looking at Rogue One Cassian Andor's character in the works and a new live show exhibition on The Clones Wars.
The IX program is the fifth Star Wars film to be released in four years. When the last Force, The Jedi and the Rogue went off, the box office box was a great success: Last year's Solo: Star Star Story was the first commercial failure the series. After the film was just costing $ 392 million around the world, there were reports of Disney's plans to cancel more films.
With the Star Wars films we know, different tricks are developed by the director of Last Jedi Rian Johnson and showers of Game of Thrones, David Benioff and DB Weiss. There has been a recent rumor that Benioff and Weiss films will be set in the Old Republic several thousand years before the existing films take place.
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