Rian Johnson and GOT Creators Plotting the Future of Star Wars Movies
16 April, 2019, 14:41
The first trailer for "Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker" debuted at Celebration over the weekend and "GMA" sat down with director J.J. Abrams to break down this highly-anticipated film. In fact, Daisy Ridley, who plays Rey, confirmed the lack of continuity between The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi in a French interview. Hennig concluded her part on Jedi: Fallen Order by saying, "I don't have any insider knowledge, but there's a lot of reasons they could have adopted a new attitude for this". Thousands of Star Wars fans gathered at McCormick Place in the Windy City to courageous the wind one day and the snow another (we're going to call that "Hoth Appreciation Day").
Johnson helmed The Last Jedi, in 2017, and he was quickly signed to develop a new trilogy.
The most recent LEGO game was based on The LEGO Movie 2, and was an attempt to shake up the formula by introducing open-world hubs - rather than the traditional linear levels, as used in every LEGO game since the original LEGO Star Wars.
"There's a lot of conflict in this movie, but I think where it goes and the resolution is very hopeful", she added. It sounds like it would have slotted directly into the official Star Wars canon, with some direction being taken straight from the films. "It's still Star Wars, and holding on to the DNA of what George created is still very important to us". "McDiarmid said: "'Is he.?' And before I could even finish the sentence, [Lucas replied] 'Dead, yes.' 'Well, couldn't he perhaps.' 'No.
So what does the next phase of Star Wars look like? "I think this is a huge opportunity to step into the galaxy in a little bit different part of the timeline".
While last week fans were high on the anticipation of Star Wars 9-which we now know is titled Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker-the excitement was undercut a tad when Disney CEO Bob Iger revealed that after Skywalker, the films will be taking a bit of a hiatus.