10 upcoming Star Wars projects: The Mandalorian season 3, Ahsoka, and more

The bad news? The movie was reportedly delayed due to, yep, you guessed it: creative differences between Jenkins and Lucasfilms. Here’s hoping this one finally sees the light of day.

2.Taika Waititi Star Wars movie

Release date: to be confirmed

Very little is known about Waititi’s next film, other than that it is happening (and that it has been co-written with Krysty Wilson-Cairns, who wrote 1917 Y last night in soho). Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy confirmed as much in a recent interview with Vanity Fair. “Taika’s approach to Star Wars will be fresh, unexpected and … unique,” she said Kennedy. “His tremendous talent and sense of humor will ensure that audiences have an unforgettable ride.”

3.Kevin Feige Star Wars movie

Release date: to be confirmed

Feige has enlisted Rick and Morty, Loki Y Doctor strange in the multiverse of madness screenwriter Michael Waldron for his entry into the Star Wars canon. This one is still in early development, but Waldron’s recent comments about what makes a good Star Wars movie whet your appetite: “I think Star Wars, at its core, is a story about family,” he said in speech podcast. “Not in the sense that it’s a story about family legacy, but it’s Han, Luke, Leia, C3PO, R2, Chewy, coming together as this surrogate family that comes together and falls in love… facing great challenges together, being separated separated, cheering them on… I think that’s what I’ve always held on to.”


4. Andor

Release date: September 21, 2022

The other Disney+ Star Wars series that has been talked about so much is Andorthe rogue one cleave. It’s about Diego Luna’s Cassian Andor, who, spoiler alert, bit the big one along with, uh, literally everyone else at the end of that movie. It is a prequel, set five years before the events of rogue one, during the height of the Rebellion. The first series is a whopping 12 episodes long, and a second is also in the works. Andor was the centerpiece of Lucasfilm’s event at the D23 Expo in September, featuring an all-new final trailer for the series. “Andor presents Star Wars from a different perspective,” says the official synopsis, “focusing on ordinary people whose lives were affected by the Empire.” Stellan Skarsgård, Forest Whitaker and Fiona Shaw complete the ensemble.

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5. Star Wars: Tales of the Jedi

Release date: 26 October 2022

tales of the jedi will be a six-part animated anthology of short films “featuring parables built around prequel-era Jedi.” So yes, that means we have Ahsoka and Count Dooku (!), some years after Christopher Lee’s death, although her animated counterpart doesn’t look much alike. It looks like an origin story for the aforementioned Ahsoka, too, with the trailer opening on his birth, following his training with future baddie Anakin Skywalker. the creators of the bad batch rudder.

6. Star Wars: The bad batch season 2

Release date: 4 January 2023

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