Star wars is undoubtedly the biggest franchise in the world of cinema, as have been the decades of cinema and the increase in the number of its fans. And since the acquisition of Lucasfilm by Disney, many new and exciting projects have emerged, widening the galaxy very far in the process. The franchise shows no signs of slowing down, The last Jedi Director Rian Johnson is creating his own trilogy.
Little is known about Rian Johnson's upcoming additions to the galaxy, including when they will take place in the franchise timeline. As such, many rumors have circulated, the most recent stating that Johnson would aim for a security clearance. Now he has closed that, and perfectly (without a world).
Well, that sounds pretty simple and dry. Rian Johnson is used to Star wars speculation and even hate being thrown his way. As such, it is able to eliminate rumors simply by tweeting a GIF and letting the Internet relay the message.
Rian Johnson recently tweet The most recent example of a director using social media to communicate directly with enraged people Star wars fanbase. Before The last JediLiberation, he would tease this Episode VIII could contain and keep fans excited about the latest installment of the main franchise. Of course, things took once darker The last Jedi finally arrived in the theaters.
The last Jedi was finally the most controversial Star wars film for the moment, while Rian Johson deliberately subverted fans' expectations for his first addition to the franchise. It started early in the film, as Mark Hamill's insolent Luke Skywalker threw his lightsaber over his shoulder and kept telling Rey (and moviegoers) that things were not going to work out as she thought. Drastic changes were made to Luke, Leia, and he made his debut with new Force abilities that had never been seen before.
While the fans seem divided on The last Jedi (and Rian Johnson received a ton of hate), clearly Lucasfilm and Disney were pleased with his work. So much so that they handed him the keys to a new trilogy. Because with Episode IX In December, the Skywalker saga will end. The question is, what's next?
Rian Johnson is not the only filmmaker to create a new set Star wars movies for Lucasfilm. Game of thrones The creators D.B Weiss and David Benioff also signed an agreement to create Star wars movies, with the new rumor stating that they could also get their own trilogy in good faith.
One of the aspects of the future of this beloved opera that remains unclear is the state of independent films. While moviegoers enjoyed Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, Ron Howard's Solo was the first flop of the franchise. And since then, nothing indicates that there are other benefits.
Episode IX will arrive in theaters on December 20th. In the meantime, check out our 2019 mailing list to plan your next trip to the cinema.