All the Star Wars movies and series we can expect in the years to come.
- Star Wars series
- The Mandalorian Seasons 2 and 3
- Obi-Wan Kenobi series
- Cassian Andor series
- Leslye Headland’s women-centered Star Wars series
- New Star Wars animation series
- Star Wars movies
- Rian Johnson’s new Star Wars trilogy
- Star Wars movie by Kevin Feige
- Star Wars film by JD Dillard and Matt Owens
- A canceled Star Wars trilogy by DB Weiss and David Benioff
We said goodbye to the Skywalker family in principle, but there will be plenty of new Star Wars movies and TV series coming in the coming years. We have gathered what we can know or guess so far.
The age of Skywalker ended a decades-long story, but of course we didn’t say goodbye to the world of Star Wars when Rey stared at Tatuin for two days to turn on his new yellow (some say gold) lightsaber. We have the next three Star Wars movie premieres, and we now know of four live-action series. We’ve now gathered the info we’ve announced so far, and we’ve even added a few rumors to give you the fullest possible picture of what we can expect around the Star Wars house in the years to come. You might also want to check out our video last December on the future of the Star Wars universe, which you got by clicking here.
Star Wars series
The Mandalorian Seasons 2 and 3
It was recently revealed that Lucasfilm has now arranged for the third season of The Mandalorian, so the adventure of Mando and baby Yoda (or “The Child”) certainly doesn’t end with the second act. It hasn’t been officially confirmed yet, but it’s known that in the second season, one of the central characters in The Clone Wars animated series, Ahsoka Tano, who leaves the Jedi order on a wooden picture, will also appear, who may be played by Rosario Dawson. There was also news that Michael Biehnt we will see it in the second season, which we look forward to in October this year. In principle, we can also expect lightsaber duel in the sequel, so Moff Gideon, played by Giancarlo Esposito, will probably shoot the legendary Darksaber much more than in the first stage, and hopefully we’ll also learn how this special lightsaber came about. If we had to guess, we would cast our vote on the fact that the imperial leader would clash with Ahsoka, and we would very much like to watch this battle. Chances are we can expect gamorians too (you know, these green, pig-shaped creatures guarded Jabba’s palace, for example), as Jon Favreau, who is behind the series, posted a photo of a statue of a creature of this species when he announced the second season is coming this fall.
Obi-Wan Kenobi series
In January, it was revealed that work on the Obi-Wan Kenobi series starring Ewan McGregor was slipping, and in April we had already heard that the series would get a new writer, so it’s clear that everything is wrong with the project. In the screenwriting position, Hossein Amini was replaced by Joby Harold, who previously wrote King Arthur: The Legend of the Sword and Vigilance in 2007, but we will be credited with Zack Snyder’s new Army of the Dead cinema (post-production is still underway). , and is working on an untitled Transformers project for the time being. They rumored for years about a Kenobi movie and later a series, so the crowd was relieved when the new series was finally officially announced, which would tell the story of Master Kenobi (or as he was known at the time, old Ben) between the third and fourth episodes. Now, however, you don’t know how long to wait for the shoot to start, as they completely transform the script.
Cassian Andor series
As a spy space thriller, the creators described the as-yet-untitled Cassian Andor series, which focuses on the adventures of the Rogue One before Rogue One. In addition to Diego Luna, who plays Cassian Andor, Alan Tudyk will in principle also return as the dubbing voice for K-2SO, but we could easily greet other old acquaintances in the series. If all is true, Stellan Skarsgaard and Kyle Soller can join the crew, with the studio in principle at the final stage of negotiations. In February, it was promised that filming would begin later this year, but plans could, of course, be radically overhauled by the coronavirus epidemic, which is currently holding a sizable stop sign in front of Hollywood’s nose.
Leslye Headland’s women-centered Star Wars series
The latest on our list is a new series entrusted to Leslye Headland, one of the creators of the 13th Emmy Award-winning TV series Endless Matryoshka (Russian Doll), which is now the fourth live-action Star Wars series to be made on the Disney + streaming platform. So far, almost nothing can be known about the Headland series, all that was revealed in the Variety account is that the story takes us to a new period in the far-far galaxy, otherwise it is a woman-centered series. The latter is probably a female protagonist, which some say could even be Ahsoka Tano if she returns in The Mandalorian anyway. The big question is what to mean by the new era, as there was just enough time between the sixth and seventh episodes to put new stories there, but we would be much happier with a bigger leap into either the future or the past. . The recently unveiled High Repbulic era, which debuts in the first round in the form of novels and comics, would provide a great opportunity for the latter, but if it is successful, it will obviously not avoid live-action adaptation over time.
New Star Wars animation series
It should be treated as an absolute rumor, but in January of this year it could be heard that Star Wars: Rebels is about to be made, which will be a new animated series, again, under the supervision of Dave Filoni. The Rebels ended in 2018 without revealing the fate of the protagonist, Ezra Bridger, Sabine Wren and Ahsoka Tano set out just to track him down. We haven’t known any of the characters since, so there would be plenty to tell. Hopefully the sequel will really come together as fans love Filoni’s animated series, it’s enough to just see how much anticipation preceded the last season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars series, whose finale focuses on absolute Ahsoka.
Star Wars movies
Let’s get to the movies quickly. It is worth noting at the outset that although we know three premiere dates, no one yet knows which films Lucsasfilm will send to cinemas at these times. In any case, note, if you haven’t already done so, that new Star Wars movies are coming on December 16, 2022, December 20, 2024, and December 18, 2026 – these are, by definition, the dates of American screenings. Originally, these days would have been occupied by the trilogy of the creators of the Battle of the Thrones (they will be discussed later), but now again it is not possible to know exactly what films we can expect.
Rian Johnson’s new Star Wars trilogy
Although we hear very little lately about Rian Johnson’s own Star Wars trilogy, it was quickly confirmed in January that the project was not trashed, and negotiations are still underway on the films of the director of The Last Jedi. Back in 2017, Lucasfilm announced that they wanted Rian Johnson to host another trilogy, but after the fall of Solo, they took a bit back from the pace and news began to spread that there would be nothing from that trilogy. This does not seem to be true, the studio still counts on Johnson, which is completely understandable in the sense that although The Last Jedi has become very divisive, it is still the only part of the new trilogy that has been shooting smoothly, with Johnson quite simply. working together. It’s basically a talented director, and if you don’t tie your hand, you don’t have to deal with characters you no longer know, but can completely unleash your imagination, then there’s a good chance we can expect promising episodes from him.
Star Wars movie by Kevin Feige
Last September, for the first time, it was heard that Kevin Feige, the head of Marvel Studios, the paternal god of Marvel’s film universe, is also working on a Star Wars film. Strangely enough, rumors have risen with Disney providing a fairly open response, quite precisely commenting on Feige’s own Star Wars cinema news: “Kathleen Kennedy wants to open a new era in the stories of the Star Wars universe, and knowing how much a fan of Kevin’s gal himself to have these two exceptional producers work together for the future of the series “. In universe building, Feige is undoubtedly one of the greatest geniuses of our time, so it certainly wouldn’t hurt the world of Star Wars if he started shaking his pants a little.
Star Wars film by JD Dillard and Matt Owens
The Hollywood Reporter reported in February this year that independent filmmaker JD Dillard, who proves with the sci-fi thriller The Magician, can also direct a Star Wars movie, and the screenplay for the film in question can be written by Luke Cage and Matt Owens, who works for the Agents of SHIELD series. In principle, it’s a smaller-scale and budget-based film that could easily be put on Disney + right away instead of a movie theater. According to Deadline, the film is set to take place on Exegolon, a key planet in the Skywalker era – from here, however, the ruler moved the threads of the new trilogy. It wouldn’t be against us if Dillard’s film were to tell a little more detail about Palpatine’s resurrection, though this was already done in part by the official early Skywalker novel.
A canceled Star Wars trilogy by DB Weiss and David Benioff
Finally, let’s talk about a deleted project. The original plans were for the Battle of Thrones creative couple to deliver the next Star Wars trilogy, so they would have made the films coming in 2022, ’24, and ’26, but this whole project landed in the trash. The breakup was officially communicated in such a way that DB Weiss and David Benioff had their calendars full, so they didn’t have access to Star Wars cinemas, but insider informants said it was actually more of a creative disagreement. In principle, the creative couple wanted to tell the original history of the Jedi order, but the studio did not like this direction. Apparently, it is no coincidence that Weiss and Benioff have signed a contract with Netflix in the meantime.
In the end, by the way, we wouldn’t be surprised if Disney redesigned the release calendar, but for now, there are still plans for new Star Wars movies to arrive every two years from 2022. Hopefully it will soon be clear exactly what these will be.