Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy recently stated that the company was taking a bit of a break from big-screen features after The Rise of Skywalker, and now we know how long that is: The next live-action Star Wars film will hit theaters December 16, 2022, nearly three years to the day after The Rise of Skywalker.
And as it pertains to this new release date, does anyone actually believe it'll end up in cinemas next April? Per reports, potential titles could include the new Black Widow film, The Eternals or some as yet undiscovered quartiere of comic book heroes.
"Avatar 2's" release date has been bumped from December 18, 2020 to December, 17, 2021.
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker will be released in the USA on December 20.
Disney is definitely planning to release three more Star Wars movies in the next several years! We'll be sure to keep you posted as further developments come to light regarding Disney's future plans for the franchise.
Technically, that is still somewhat true, as all of the slated projects are now named "Untitled Marvel", with nothing to go on but their release dates: May 2020, November 2020, February 2021, May 2021, November 2021, February 2022, May 2022, and August 2022.
Game of Thrones creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss were tapped a year ago to create their own trilogy of Star Wars movies. Our best guess of what these movies could be is that they are Rian Johnson's new trilogy in the Star Wars saga. James Cameron will be returning back as the director of the sequel of this much loved movie. "The Rise of Skywalker" is said to be the final film of the sequel trilogy, though that doesn't necessarily mean Rey, Kylo Ren, Finn or Poe's stories are over.
The story of a blue, humanoid race on a lush moon known as Pandora, "Avatar" is the highest-grossing movie in history with $2.8 billion in global ticket sales, though box office experts say its long-standing record could soon fall to current Disney hit "Avengers: Endgame" from Marvel Studios.
We don't need a new star was movie every year.