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According to Kathleen Kennedy, Disney and Lucasfilm want to cut down on Star Wars films for the time being. However, this does not seem to affect the current plans. But there are still many series productions to come in the near future. Fans can look forward to numerous shows at Disney +. The next movie is currently planned for the end of 2023.

After the end of the Skywalker saga in December of last year, Disney has announced a hiatus for further films from the fantasy universe. Still, there are tons of productions in the works. There will soon be a lot of choice, especially for series fans. In addition to the second season of The Mandalorian, for example, a series on Obi-Wan Kenobi and a rogue-one prequel with Cassian Andor are also planned for Disney +. Star Wars: The Bad Batch and a show by Leslye Headland were also recently confirmed. Disney and Kathleen Kennedy from Lucasfilm have chosen a different strategy for new films in the Star Wars series.

In an interview with The Wrap, the person responsible again pointed to a break for new films. According to Kathleen Kennedy, you want to take a step back and internalize the work of George Lucas before you start something new. In addition, she and her team should currently have a lot of fun planning and meet with various filmmakers and talents. However, we do not yet know to what extent this statement will affect the dates for upcoming projects.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the movie releases of the films have already been postponed by a year, but Disney will probably still have several films in its luggage between 2023 and 2027. Including a film by director Taika Waititi. MCU producer Kevin Feige is also on a project. We will keep you up to date.

Source: The wrap

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