Rian Johnson and GOT Creators Plotting the Future of Star Wars Movies

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(ABC) Director J.J. Abrams talks about "Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker" on "Good Morning America", April 15, 2019.

"As they finish Game of Thrones, they're going to segue into Star Wars", Kennedy said. Wood was listing the projects his studio was involved with, including various cartoons and new movie The Rise of Skywalker - but then let slip, "there's a LEGO Star Wars game we're working on". The trailer was dark, gritty, and established a pretty compelling premise about a Jedi trying to bring as little attention to him as possible.

"Hopefully for a long time tourists will come and get their photo taken with the R2D2 sign and see the handsome location where "Star Wars" was filmed", he said. Hennig concluded her part on Jedi: Fallen Order by saying, "I don't have any insider knowledge, but there's a lot of reasons they could have adopted a new attitude for this".

Abrams, who is coming back to the helm after directing "The Force Awakens" four years ago, said he nearly didn't sign on board to oversee the last film. "They're working very closely with Rian". The game would get a sequel in Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords. Johnson, Benioff and Weiss are all great storytellers who have a tremendous passion for the fantasy genre and Star Wars in particular.

"We needed to cut away to the villains, for one thing, which was something I never allowed us to do on Uncharted". It's still Star Wars, and holding on to the DNA of what George Lucas created is still very important to us. I think that that's absolutely on the horizon.

"I mean, it's coming from the EA Star Wars Twitter handle, so it's certainly part of the plan, but I don't know whether it's implicitly referencing previous comments they made after our project was killed?" she added, referring to official tweets reassuring fans that Jedi: Fallen Order is a single-player game with zero microtransactions or even multiplayer modes.



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