Photo: Lucasfilm  It's exactly in the trailer. "The Saga is Coming To An End." Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker is the last film in the Skywalker saga that came out in 1977. But apparently, the end does not mean anything that has happened or all who were introduced is imprisoned, as Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy declared at Star Wars Celebration last week.
At the request of MTV whether the fans will ever see the core Star Wars After the end of the saga, Kennedy had the following to say: "There is no question that there are certain characters we have created, especially in the last three films, in which we may want to look into the line the future.
She did qualify, but that does not necessarily mean that she will appear in future films.
"With Disney now, we also have great opportunities to see this space and perhaps find even smaller stories, even scarier stories," Kennedy said. Yet Mandalorian debuting in November has a large scale and scope. We're just curious what the potential is for the things we can do. "
Which really means, yes, we could see them on Disney +, but there are also books, comics, video games and animated shows, virtual reality, so many spaces where a character could emerge from the continuation of the trilogy. And if history justifies it, you have to think that it's very possible that upcoming films will lean on some of them if the creators are inclined to do so.
These decisions have not yet been made. Kennedy reiterated that the company is now using this time as an "opportunity to see where we're going now if we abandon the Skywalker saga." And yet the other quotes seem to do the same, even though Rey, Poe, Finn or Rose do not star in any other series of movies, which is possible. We did not necessarily watch the last movie. It's a big galaxy, far, far away, and an end is not just an end. It is also a fresh start.
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker will open on December 20th.
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