Future Star Wars Shows;

Future Star Wars Shows;

Future Star Wars Shows


Everyone has his own personal theory of what the future of Star Wars might look like. Here are some ideas, drawn exclusively from the wild imaginations of our staff.


At the rate that Disney has announced Star Wars projects, soon you’ll be able to watch a different Star Wars TV show every day for an entire year, and never run out! Now, 20 years ago in the dark times of the prequel era, this would sound like a dream. But, with Star Wars fatigue, and an overwhelming number of other things to watch on TV, how you spend your time has never been more valuable.

Fett, who has come back into Star Wars’ canon since The Mandalorian, having seemingly escaped the Sarlacc pit he unceremoniously fell into in Star Wars: Return of the Jedi, played a key part in season 2, rescuing Grogu from Moff Gideon. Alongside his new sidekick, Fennec Shand, The Book of Boba Fett looks to explore their adventures after they part ways with Mando. We’ll get to find out more about the pair soon, as The Book of Boba Fett is set to debut on Disney+ at the end of 2021. (Source: www.space.com)


The sequel trilogy — 2015’s “The Force Awakens,” 2017’s “The Last Jedi” and 2019’s “The Rise of Skywalker” — wrapped up the main storyline of the Skywalker Saga. Standalone films “Rogue One” and “Solo” explored specific stories within that timeline, namely the group of Rebel spies stole the plans to the Death Star, and when a young Han Solo made the Kessel Run in less than twelve parsecs. Lucasfilm’s first Disney Plus series, “The Mandalorian,” refueled fans’ sense of adventure on the small screen, while animated series “Rebels” and “Resistance” explored other time periods not featured in the movies.

With “The Bad Batch” now available on Disney Plus, a new, even larger wave of “Star Wars” content is starting to roll out onto streaming and into theaters. “The Mandalorian” serves as the foundation for a connected series of upcoming spin-offs such as “The Book of Boba Fett,” “Ahsoka” and “Rangers of the New Republic” that will all lead to a climactic story event. Ewan McGregor will be reprising his role as Obi-Wan Kenobi in his own limited series, while Cassian Andor from “Rogue One” and Lando Calrissian from “Solo” will have their own respective time in the spotlight. On the theatrical side, Patty Jenkins, Taika Waititi, Rian Johnson, Kevin Feige and J.D. Dillard are all developing their own films. (Source: variety.com)



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