Star Wars: Disney To Make A Announcement Soon!

Star Wars: Episode 9 – The Rise Of Skywalker.
Star Wars: Episode 9 – The Rise Of Skywalker.

Today they will offer great news about Disney’s Star Wars and Lucasfilm on Investor Day 2020 that will be “a significant expansion” for the saga.

Disney has created Star Wars content for the past five years. The sequel trilogy to the Skywalker saga is now complete, which has returned the focus to the Disney + streaming platform. In less than two seasons, The Mandalorian has become a fan-favorite series, so there are more seasons in development and other different shows that will start shooting soon.

However, Disney and Lucasfilm’s future plans for Star Wars remain a mystery. An untitled film is scheduled for 2023, but studios have yet to confirm which of the many projects in development it will be. Since Rian Johnson was theoretically preparing a trilogy, Taika Waititi was going to make a movie, while Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige was going to produce another.

The big news is expected today.

Following reports that Disney’s Investor Day 2020 will bring announcements of new Star Wars projects, some fans have started to expect big news, while others tried to keep expectations low. However, there is already speculation that they will reveal “a significant expansion of the Star Wars universe.”

The potential of what Disney and Lucasfilm could announce about Star Wars is limitless. Since they could start with the spin-off of Boba Fett or the adventures of Ahsoka Tano of real action with Rosario Dawson, the solo series for her that also works as a sequel to Star Wars: Rebels. Recently there have also been rumors of an animated series set during the High Republic. It could even give details of Leslye Headland’s female-centric martial arts series. In fact, multiple projects could be announced at once to show what’s to come on the Disney + list.

Although there are also people who hope that Star Wars movies will be announced that go directly to Disney + without going through theaters. Since the directors of the studio want to bet on streaming and thus make more fierce competition to Netflix and HBO Max.


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