Is Another Star Wars Trilogy Possible Or Not

Another Star Wars Trilogy Possible Or Not

Is Another Star Wars Trilogy Possible Or Not?

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker is just 72 hrs away to conclude the franchise that spans 4 decades.

The nine-movie saga that started 42 years ago with George Lucas is about to reach its conclusion. it has been a long time coming for many fans who were between the ages of 8 and 35 in 1977. So now what do Star Wars fans have to look forward too in the future? Read on about A Star Wars Trilogy Possible in the future… asks Does that mean Star Wars is done? The answer, Not by a long shot!

So what will the the future of the franchise look like beyond Episode IX? Will it consist of trilogies? Will there be more standalones? What is in store for Lucasfilm and Star Wars?

Disney CEO Bob Iger is here to provide a little bit of a window into that future.

The Rise of Skywalker recently held its premiere and Bob Iger was in attendance. Lucasfilm Kathleen Kennedy, during a recent interview, explained that the franchise might move away from the trilogy format in the future, explaining that the story at hand will dictate how long it extends.

Bob Iger, when asked about Kennedy’s comments, explained that they haven’t fully decided on whether or not to rule out trilogies in the future.

He said:

Oh, I don’t know about that. She and I have said, ‘Well, maybe trilogies are too hard, so maybe we’ll make one film and then a sequel,’ but we don’t know.

Bob Iger went on to say:

Probably smaller than you think because what we do is, we look to pick a few and see how they gestate. In some cases, bring them out and see how the audience reacts and then react accordingly. It’s not as many as I think most people think. I think the number is endless, but we’re gonna be careful, the next one is really important.

What we do know is this:

Marvel head Kevin Feige is set to produce a Star Wars movie, but it’s unlikely that will take the 2022 slot. In the meantime, the Disney+ streaming service is playing host to The Mandalorian, the first live-action TV series set within the franchise.

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