All Future Star Wars Movies

All Future Star Wars Movies

All Future Star Wars Movies

Solo was a disappointment. But if you really want to get into trouble, go find these very bad, awful movies. Maybe then the franchise will finally start to catch fire.


When George Lucas opened up the curtain on a galaxy far, far away, he could have never imagined that his intrepid space film would launch a universe that included dozens of follow-up films, television shows, radio plays, cartoons, and theme park rides. Star Wars content has never been in short supply by any means, but after the back-to-back releases of Last Jedi and Solo, then Disney studio chief Bob Iger made the decision to scale back on theatrical output just as Mandalorian was starting production for Disney+.

ew.com)Dear White People's Justin Simien will develop Star Wars: Lando, a new stand-alone series for the character of Lando Calrissian that will air on Disney+. So far, there's no update on who will star as the titular smuggler, but fans are hoping Donald Glover, who portrayed the character in 2018's Solo, will return for the series. (Could fans see Billy Dee Williams return as an older Lando again? No word yet, but after his appearance in Rise of Skywalker, at least fans know he's still available.) (Source:



Leading a show that feels like it's been years in the making, Ewan McGregor will finally return as Obi-Wan Kenobi in a new show set 10 years after Revenge of the Sith. Hayden Christensen has also been confirmed to return as Darth Vader. The series will be directed by Deborah Chow, who directed two episodes of Mandalorian, and will also feature Moses Ingram, Joel Edgerton , Bonnie Piesse, Kumail Nanjiani, Indira Varma, Rupert Friend , O'Shea Jackson Jr., Sung Kang, Simone Kessell, and Uncut Gems director Benny Safdie.

And canonicity is a big deal for Star Wars. When Disney first bought Lucasfilm, they declared all previous Star Wars comics, novels, games, and cartoons (except for the long-running Star Wars: The Clone Wars) as non-canon “legends” of the Star Wars galaxy. The move was made to offer maximum freedom to the filmmakers involved in the Sequel Trilogy (Star Wars: The Force Awakens, The Last Jedi, and Rise of Skywalker), but it didn’t take long for “Legends” characters and ideas to seep back into programs like Star Wars Rebels and The Mandalorian. And, as you will see in this guide to Star Wars’s streaming and theatrical future below, those senses of canon and continuity are as important to the galaxy far, far away as the Force itself. (Source: editorial.rottentomatoes.com)


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