Concluded the last of the three Star Wars trilogies and with the Disney+ platform already consolidated, the mouse company is planning an ambitious calendar of the next Star Wars releases in movies and series , do you want to travel to the distant galaxy both in the big screen as in the small one?
From the periods that elapsed between trilogy and trilogy, at Lucas Film they have created various time frames in which they can insert new stories, such as ‘The Mandalorian’, in which line many of the upcoming projects are inserted, or the period of the Clone Wars, of which we have already seen the series ‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’. In order not to get lost, it is convenient to consult the order of the Star Wars films.
In the same way that we have done with the calendar of the next DC Comics movies and series and the also changing and long-awaited calendar of Marvel releases, these are the highly anticipated Star Wars projects in development .
‘ Ahsoka’ – Series
Who is Ahsoka Tano? This series, a spin-off of ‘The Mandalorian’, will focus on the adventures of the young Jedi (Rosario Dawson), who at the time was an apprentice to Anakin Skywalker before he became Darth Vader. At the moment little is known about the project beyond the fact that it will be written by Dave Filoni (the person responsible for giving continuity to the timeline of ‘The Mandalorian’) and that it will incorporate Hayden Christensen.
According to unofficially confirmed information, ‘Ahsoka’ will follow the Jedi in the hunt for the evil Grand Admiral Thrawn (a bridge character between the Galactic Empire and the First Order) with the hope of locating the young Ezra Bridger, a Jedi who disappeared many years ago. .
‘The Mandalorian’: Season 3 – Series
The first live-action Star Wars series will continue a new season from its creators, Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni. After the shocking end of the second season and ‘The Book of Boba Fett’, all the events of this new installment are kept secret (although we already know that Christopher Lloyd joins the cast). The combination of Luke Skywalker, Baby Yoda and Mando can connect the classic trilogy with that of ‘The Force Awakens’.
‘Andor’: Season 2 – Series
The second season of ‘Andor’ will continue right where the previous one ended and these twelve chapters will conclude the story of Cassian . Diego Luna has revealed what we can expect from season 2 of ‘Andor’. A hint: “respect, rigor, intensity and energy”.
‘Star Wars: A Droid Story’ – Serie
The first series starring the inseparable R2D2 and C3PO. The iconic droids will lead an epic journey to fulfill a secret mission and introduce a new hero of the saga.
‘The Acolyte’ – Serie
Leslye Headland (‘Russian Doll’) takes command of this Star Wars series in the key of a thriller. The story will delve fully into the dark secrets of the Force for the first time to tell how the dark side emerged during the last days of the High Republic .
‘Skeleton Crew’ – Serie
Created by Jon Watts, responsible for Tom Holland’s Spider-Man trilogy, the series will focus on a group of children lost in the galaxy trying to find their way home in the New Republic era . It was one of the great confirmations of Star Wars Celebration 2022 by announcing that Jude Law would be one of its protagonists .
‘Lando’ – Series
After playing the scoundrel Lando Calrissian in ‘Han Solo: A Star Wars Story’, Donald Glover could bring back the charismatic character . The series will be run by Justin Simien, the creator of ‘Dear White People’.
Star Wars: The Movie by Taika Waititi
Taika Waititi is working on a Star Wars script about which very little is known, at least for now. The director knows the saga firsthand from his work on ‘The Mandalorian’, where he has provided the voice of IG-11 and directed one of the best episodes of the first season, and has promised to escape, once and for all, from the Skywalker soap opera . According to the director’s schedule, the writing will last until the end of 2022 and he is confident that he can start shooting at the beginning of 2023.
Star Wars: The New Trilogy by Rian Johnson
At Lucasfilm they had another huge project to continue expanding the ‘Star Wars’ universe into new movies. It was the return of Rian Johnson to the franchise after the great ‘The Last Jedi’ with a new trilogy. The idea was announced in 2017 and there hasn’t been much new since then. Although we published in early 2021 that “Rian Johnson’s Star Wars trilogy is moving forward, according to the director,” it wasn’t long before we learned of new reports that it may have been shelved for good. However, during the promotion of ‘Stabs in the back 2’, Rian Johnson has confirmed that his ‘Star Wars’ is still alive. He and Kathleen Kennedy want to do it, but the filmmaker has to find a gap in his busy schedule to be able to finish defining it.
‘Star Wars: Rogue Squadron’ – Movie
Patty Jenkins (‘Wonder Woman 1984’) was set to be the first woman to direct a Star Wars movie with a story about the iconic Rebel Alliance squadron of star fighter pilots. The film was scheduled for a December 22, 2023 release but has been put on hold indefinitely. The official reason is that the decision is due to the director’s busy schedule, immersed in the third installment of Wonder Woman and a new Cleopatra movie, but other sources indicate that it could be due to creative differences , which could indicate that Jenkins will not return . to the project in the future.
‘The Rangers of the New Republic’ – Serie
Next spin-off of the ‘The Mandalorian’ timeline with Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni as executive producers. The series was announced together with ‘Ashoka’ and promised to interconnect the stories of both with ‘The Mandalorian’. According to rumors, the series was going to be starring Cara Dune (Gina Carano), one of the star characters of ‘The Mandalorian’.
As reported by Variety, the series is no longer in development. The exact reasons are not known or if the suspension is permanent or only temporary, but everything seems that the decision is a consequence of the dismissal of Gina Carano from ‘The Mandalorian’ due to her comments on social networks From her.
‘ The Book of Boba Fett” – Series
After the epilogue of the second season of ‘The Mandalorian’, came the long-awaited spin-off of the series focused on the characters of Boba Fett and Fennec Shand . The same creators of ‘The Mandalorian’, Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni, were listed as those most responsible for this new foray into the world of bounty hunters that we review in this everything we know about ‘The Book of Boba Fett’.
‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’ – Series
The possibility of a movie in which Ewan McGregor would return to being the Jedi Obi-Wan Kenobi was rumored for a long time until they led to this new series from the George Lucas universe. Throughout six chapters we recover the character ten years after the events of ‘Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith’ , after Anakin Skywalker’s conversion to the dark side.
Although we strive to find 3 reasons to trust ‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’ after its first episodes, only the most seasoned fans have managed to enjoy its virtues, including Leia’s great secret. Whether there is season 2 of ‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’ or not is still up in the air, but there is no doubt that we will see their characters again.
‘Andor’ – Series
“The worst: the lack of hook of its main characters,” pointed out our review of ‘Rogue One: a Star Wars story’. They did not think the same in the Disney offices when they gave the green light to this spin-off of the film that serves as a prequel series for Cassian Andor (Diego Luna). In the vein of a spy thriller, the series follows the character’s adventures during his formative years with The Rebellion , just prior to the events of ‘Rogue One’. The end of ‘Andor’ and its post-credits scene have rounded off a very remarkable first season.