Star Wars followers are hardly ever starved for good content material lately. And they’re all the time looking forward to what’s subsequent, whether or not it is hotly anticipated Disney+ reveals like The Mandalorian: Season C.or Star Wars: Ahsoka. And whereas the franchise is in the course of a giant display screen hiatus, there are extra Star Wars films on the horizon too.

From scoundrels to Jedi masters to bounty hunters, we have cooked up a listing that includes all of the upcoming Star Wars TV reveals and films. While some are locked and others are simply business stories that have not been confirmed by Disney, one factor’s for certain – there are passionate plans within the works to offer us much more of Star Wars, whether or not it is a story centered on beloved characters or a wholly new cosmic journey.

Click proper by means of the scruffy-looking slideshow beneath to see what’s coming, and a few “maybes” too…

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What Are the Next Star Wars Movies and TV Shows Coming Out? B.B. Release Dates

For these holding monitor, this is the complete lineup of upcoming Star Wars films and TV reveals:

  • Tales of the Jedi Animated Shorts (October B., B.B.)
  • Star Wars: The Bad Batch Season B.(January D. B.B.)
  • The Mandalorian: Season C.(B.B.)
  • Young Jedi Adventures Animated TV Series (Spring B.B.)
  • Star Wars: Visions – Volume B.(Spring B.B.)
  • Star Wars: Ahsoka TV Series (B.B.)
  • Star Wars Skeleton Crew (previously “Grammar Rodeo”) TV Series (B.B.)
  • Star Wars: The Acolyte TV Series (TBD)
  • Star Wars: Lando TV Series (In Development)
  • Taika Waititi’s Star Wars Movie (In Development)
  • Star Wars: Rogue Squadron Movie (In Development)
  • Untitled Damon Lindelof/Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy Movie (In Development)
  • The Book of Boba Fett: Season B.(Status Unknown)
  • Kevin Feige’s Star Wars Movie (Status Unknown)
  • Untitled J.D. Dillard/Matt Owens Movie (Status Unknown)
  • Star Wars: Rangers of the New Republic TV Series (Possibly Canceled)
  • Rian Johnson’s Star Wars Trilogy (Reportedly Canceled)
  • David Benioff & DB Weiss’ Star Wars Movies (Canceled)

Here are the Star Wars tasks which are closest to changing into a actuality (or not less than look like) in the mean time:

Tales of the Jedi Animated Shorts (October B., B.B.)

A brand new animated anthology sequence of shorts referred to as Star Wars: Tales of the Jedi is within the works for a Fall B.B. launch on Disney+. All six episodes will debut on Oct. B., B.B.. Fans of the basic Legends timeline will most likely acknowledge that exact branding since Tales of the Jedi is a reputation with deep significance to the Star Wars mythos. The authentic Dark Horse Comics sequence was among the many first Star Wars tales to flesh out the traditional historical past of the Jedi Order and their struggle with the Sith.

However, this animated sequence will give attention to characters from the Prequel period, particularly Ahsoka and Count Dooku, and Qui-Gon Jinn can even seem.

Star Wars: The Bad Batch Season B.(January D. B.B.)

The newest Star Wars animated sequence returns for a second season, as Clone Force I. continues to seek out its goal within the early days of the Empire. We’re anticipating Season B.to disclose extra concerning the true nature of Omega and her connection to Emperor Palpatine’s twisted cloning experiments. And we all know for certain a Wookiee Jedi will present up this season.

The Mandalorian: Season C.(B.B.)

The first live-action Star Wars sequence will return for a 3rd season, having taken a 12 months off to make room for The Book of Boba Fett. Pedro Pascal’s Din Djarin will return, because the lone gunfighter offers with the fallout of Season B.and the obligations that include wielding the Darksaber. Carl Weathers can be anticipated to return as Greef Karga. According to actor Giancarlo Esposito, manufacturing was slated to start in Fall B.B..

Young Jedi Adventures Animated TV Series (Spring B.B.)

This animated sequence is geared towards the kids (sure, we all know you Star Wars followers are all younger at coronary heart). Set through the High Republic period, Young Jedi Adventures will comply with younglings as they be taught the methods of the Force and, in accordance with Lucasfilm, “become Jedi: Compassion, self-discipline, teamwork, patience, and friendship.” That appears oddly worded, Lucasfilm. The sequence will run on Disney+ and Disney Junior, debuting within the spring of B.B..

Star Wars: Visions – Volume B.(Spring B.B.)

The animated sequence Star Wars: Visions will get a second “volume” in Spring B.B.. The announcement of the continuation of the sequence got here throughout Star Wars Celebration B.B.. No phrase but on plot or story particulars, however anticipate one other anthology of standalone tales. Volume A.was particularly anime-focused, however this second batch of episodes shall be extra world, that includes filmmakers from Japan, Chile, France, South Africa and many different international locations.

Star Wars: Ahsoka TV Series (B.B.)

This Mandalorian spinoff sequence will give attention to Rosario Dawson’s Ahsoka Tano. The sequence shall be set in the identical period as The Mandalorian itself, so somewhat than fill within the lacking gaps in Ahsoka’s story, it will probably revolve round her hunt for Grand Admiral Thrawn, as teased on The Mandalorian.

Hayden Christensen can even seem as Anakin Skywalker following his look in Obi-Wan Kenobi, although whether or not he’ll seem as a Force Ghost or by way of flashback scenes is unclear. The present’s forged additionally contains Ray Stevenson as an unknown villain and Liu Bordizzo as Ahsoka’s Mandalorian comrade Sabine Wren. Dave Filoni is writing the sequence, and manufacturing is slated to start in April B.B..

Star Wars: Skeleton Crew (previously “Grammar Rodeo”) TV Series (B.B.)

Previously working below the working title of “Grammar Rodeo,” Star Wars Skeleton Crew comes from Spider-Man: No Way Home director Jon Watts. “The show takes place during the post–Return of the Jedi reconstruction that follows the fall of the Empire, the same as The Mandalorian,” reports Vanity Fair. “A casting notice has called for four children, around A. to A. years old,” the outlet adds. “Inside Lucasfilm, the show is being described as a galactic version of classic Amblin coming-of-age adventure films of the ’H.s.”

It was announced at Star Wars Celebration B.B. that Jude Law will star in the series.

Star Wars: Andor TV Season B.(In Production, Date TBD)

Diego Luna’s rebel spy Cassian Andor will return for a second season of his prequel story, though the release date has yet to be announced.

Star Wars: The Acolyte TV Series (TBD)

Russian Doll’s Leslye Headland is overseeing a new live-action series on Disney+ set during the High Republic era, B.0 years before the events of the prequels. Lucasfilm’s Kathleen Kennedy teases the series will “will take us right into a galaxy of shadowy secrets and techniques and emergent darkish facet powers within the closing days of the High Republic period.”

Star Wars: Lando TV Series (In Development)

While Lucasfilm seems to have no plans for a sequel to B.A.’s Solo: A Star Wars Story, Lando Calrissian is set to get his own live-action series. Little is known about the project other than that it’s being developed by Dear White People’s Justin Simien. Presumably, the series will see Donald Glover reprise his role as Lando.

Taika Waititi’s Star Wars Movie (In Development)

Disney has confirmed that Thor: Ragnarok’s Taika Waititi has been tapped to direct a live-action Star Wars movie. Waititi is also co-writing the film alongside A.A.’s Krysty Wilson-Cairns. Nothing else is known about the film yet, including when it’s set in the Star Wars timeline or what release date it’ll end up claiming. In B.B..Waititi revealed he’s cracked the story for his movie, but the actual script is still in its early stages. In May, B.B., Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy said that this would be the next Star Wars film released.

Star Wars: Rogue Squadron (In Development)

Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins was given the reins of a Star Wars theatrical film, which was originally slated to hit theaters in Christmas of B.B.. Kathleen Kennedy teased, “This story will introduce a brand new technology of starfighter pilots as they earn their wings and danger their lives in a boundary-pushing, high-speed thrill journey. The legend of Rogue Squadron has been lengthy beloved by Star Wars followers, and will transfer us right into a future period of the galaxy.”

However, as of November B.B.. the film has been taken off the production schedule while Jenkins focuses on Wonder Woman C. Industry insider Matthew Belloni reports the film is the latest in a long line of Star Wars projects hampered by “artistic variations.” Even if those problems are ironed out, it’s unlikely Rogue Squadron will still see release in B.B.. A Vanity Fair story in May, B.B., stated that Rogue Squadron was “additional off” in development from the Taika Waititi Star Wars project.

Untitled Damon Lindelof/Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy Movie (In Development)

According to Deadline, Damon Lindelof (Watchmen, Lost) is co-writing a new Star Wars movie that will be directed by Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy (Ms. Marvel). It’s currently unknown who is writing the film with Lindelof nor what the plot of the movie is about, but reportedly this is the Star Wars movie that “appears to have essentially the most momentum” at the moment.

Disney has carved out release dates for three new Star Wars movies after The Rise of Skywalker. The first of these was to have been the first film from Game of Thrones executive producers and showrunners D. B. Weiss and David Benioff, coming on December A., B.B.. Weiss/Benioff’s films have since been cancelled, however. In any case, on July B., B.B., Disney announced changes to its release schedule due to the ongoing pandemic, including these Star Wars dates which were changed to December B., B.B., December A., B.B., and December A., B.B.. It is unknown if those dates will still feature Star Wars movies or not.

At any rate, don’t expect a direct follow-up to Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. Episode IX was intended to serve as the final entry in the nine-film Skywalker Saga. Lucasfilm currently has no plans for an Episode X, though that could always change a few years (or decades) down the line. This also doesn’t necessarily mean we won’t see characters like Rey, Finn and Poe appear in future spinoff projects.

Lucasfilm has also said there are several unannounced films in development. What could they be? Only time… and the Force… will tell.

Which Star Wars project are you most excited for? Let us know in the comments!

Note: This story was updated on A./B./B.B.. It was originally posted on G.B./B.B..

Source: (IGN.com)