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All planned “Star Wars” movies and series

In a galaxy far, far away, the stories of Anakin, Leia, Han, Lando, and Ahsoka are far from over.

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“Star Wars” is an ever-expanding universe, this year alone “Obi-Wan”, “Andor” and “The Book of Boba Fett” were released. Lucasfilm’s plans don’t end there. There are currently 16 films and series in the pipeline – or at least in the planning phase.

Here’s an overview of all the pending “Star Wars” projects.

animated series

The Bad Batch, Season Two

The Bad Batch animated series follows five clones of Unit 99. Unlike other clones, they have special abilities that make them unique. How the second season will continue is not yet known. However, Omega and AZI-3 will be there again.

Broadcast begins January 4, 2023.

Star Wars: Visions Season Two

Star Wars: Visions - Season One

Photo: Disney Plus

Star Wars: Visions is a collection of several anime-style short films, each telling completed stories from the Star Wars universe. Opposite final date Producer James Waugh said that the second season will be less anime (Japanese) and more anime styles from around the world.

The second season is expected in the spring of 2023.

“Adventures of the Young Jedi”

Star Wars: Young Jedi Adventures - Season 1

Photo: Disney Plus

Set during the time of the High Republic, this animated children’s series follows youngsters on their journey to become Jedi Knights. Jedi-in-training will explore themes of compassion, self-discipline, teamwork, patience, and friendship.

Disney has scheduled the series to start in spring 2023.

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The Mandalorian season three

Season 3 of ‘The Mandalorian’ kicks off after the events of the season finale of ‘The Mandalorian’Boba Fett bookWhere Mando and Grogu are reunited. Since Din Djarin (performed by Pedro Pascal) took off his helmet, he is no longer known as the Mandalorian. Now the two are on their way to the planet Mandalore.

New episodes will be released weekly on Disney Plus starting March 1.

Ahsoka

Ahsoka Star Wars

Photo: Disney Plus

Ahsoka Tano was one of Anakin Skywalker’s Padawan and appeared in several Star Wars series such as Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Star Wars Rebels, and The Mandalorian. Now she’s getting her own show. Rosario Dawson already played the former Jedi in The Mandalorian and will also play the role in Ahsoka. Hayden Christensen is set to reprise his role as Anakin Skywalker/Darth Vader in the “Obi-Wan” crossover.

The series is set to come to Disney Plus in 2023.

“Lando”

Solo: A Star Wars Story with Donald Glover

Donald Glover as Lando in Solo: A Star Wars Story. Image: Walt Disney

Lando Calrissian is a charismatic and sinister card player who first appears in The Empire Strikes Back as Han Solo’s friend and is played by Billy Dee Williams. In the sequel films, he is portrayed by Donald Glover. It is not yet known who will take on the role in the series. Disney has not yet announced a release date.

“the assistant”

Star Wars: The Acolyte - Season 1

Photo: Disney Plus

The Acolyte author Leslye Headland describes the Star Wars series as follows: “A dark thriller that immerses viewers in a galaxy full of dark secrets and forces emerging from the dark side in the hijacked High Republic’s dying days.” The main role is played by Amandla Stenberg. It is not yet known when the series will appear on Disney Plus.

“The ship’s crew”

Star Wars: The Skeleton Crew

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“The Skeleton Crew” tells the story after the events of “Return of the Jedi”. Through the eyes of four children. Jude Law is part of the cast yet, but it is not yet known what role he will play. Vanity Fair describes the serieslong known only by the codename Grammar Rodeo, is “a Hungarian version of Amblin’s classic ’80s adventure films.”

Andor, Season Two

Cassian Andor (Diego Luna) in ANDOR by Lucasfilm, exclusively on Disney+.  © 2022 Lucasfilm Ltd. All Rights Reserved.  & Ampere ;  TM All rights reserved.

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After Cassian Andor (played by Diego Luna) appeared in the first season of «AndorFinding its niche in the Rising Rebellion, Season 2 will lead to the events of Rogue One. Stellan Skarsgård will also appear as Luthen.

Production of the second season began in November and can be expected in 2024.

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“Droid Story”

R2-D2 and C3PO Star Wars

Photo: Lucasfilm

In this animated movie, duo R2-D2 and C-3PO are joined by a new hero on a mission known only to robots. The start date is not yet known.

Movie

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Star Wars: Rogue Squadron

Image: Walt Disney

This movie is about the renegade squadron founded by Luke Skywalker. It’s directed by Patty Jenkins (Wonder Woman fame), who announced in a Twitter video that she’s finally found a story that combines two things she loves. Meanwhile, she puts on a “Star Wars” helmet and walks across the runway to a jet plane. Nothing is known about the cast yet.

According to Disney, the movie will be released in December 2023. diverse He writes, however, that Disney has taken the film off the catalog. There is no official announcement from Disney about it.

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Rian Johnson’s “Star Wars” trilogy

Star Wars 8: The Last Jedi, The Director and Jedi starring Rian Johnson

Rian Johnson on the set of The Last Jedi.Image: The Walt Disney Company

Rian Johnson directed “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” and three more “Star Wars” movies are now slated for Disney. The films will feature new characters and locations previously unknown to Star Wars fans. Nothing is known about the cast yet. to me Vanity Fair However, the movie is on hold because Johnson is busy with other projects.

Star Wars directed by Taika Waititi

Thor 3: Decision Day with Taika Waititi

Taika Waititi on the website of Thor: Decisions Day. Image: The Walt Disney Company

Taika Waititi is also no newcomer to the “Star Wars” universe. He directed the first season of The Mandalorian and provided the voice of the droid IG-11. He will also participate in the upcoming third season. But that’s not all, Waititi will produce and write the script for the entire “Star Wars” movie. Co-writer is Christy Wilson Cairns, who worked on 1917 and Last Night in Soho.

Star Wars directed by Kevin Feige

LOS ANGELES, CA - MARCH 22: Kevin Feige, Executive Producer and President of Marvel Studios and Chief Creative Officer of Marvel attended the special launch event for Moon Knight Los Angeles at El Ca...

Kevin Feige at the Marvel’s Moon Knight premiere.Photo: Getty Images North America

Since 2000, he has been constantly producing Marvel films, and now he also works as a producer on Star Wars. The screenplay comes from “Rick and Morty” creator Michael Waldron. In May of this year, Waldron said the movie was in the works, wouldn’t necessarily be a sequel, and would fit into the current Star Wars movie schedule. The release date and release date are not yet known.

Star Wars directed by JD Dillard

SAVANA, GA - OCTOBER 27: Director J.D. Dillard attends Day 6 of the 25th Scad Savannah Film Festival on October 27, 2022 in Savannah, Georgia.  (Photo by Paras Griffin/Getty Images)

J.D. Dillard.Photo: Getty Images North America

Reported for 2020 Hollywood Reporters“Sleight” director J.D. Dillard is working on a “Star Wars” project. Details of the film are being kept under wraps. It’s not even clear if the movie will be released in theaters or only on Disney Plus.

Star Wars, directed by Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy

NEW YORK, NY - SEPTEMBER 19: Director Charmaine Obaid-Chinoy attends an episode

Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy.Photo: Patrick McMullan/Getty Images

final date It was reported in October that documentary filmmaker Charmaine Obaid-Chinoy would direct a “Star Wars” movie – currently untitled. “Lost” producer Damon Lindelof has been confirmed as the screenwriter.

Deadline continues: “Although it feels like a while before we could even see the movie, given that those in charge were so proactive in finding a director, one gets the feeling this Star Wars movie had the biggest boost of any. A movie is currently in development.

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