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Extremely, Rian Johnson’s Star Wars trilogy would possibly nonetheless occur. In November 2017, Disney and Lucasfilm have been so excited in regards to the accomplished The Final Jedi that they introduced the director can be given his very personal sci-fi trio to write down as he noticed match. It’s protected to say they didn’t anticipate the livid fan controversy generated by The Drive Awakens sequel, leaving them frantically backpedaling into the disastrous The Rise of Skywalker.
Since then, Johnson created hit whodunit caper Knives Out, and promptly made an eye-watering $469 million cope with Netflix for the rights to 2 sequels. The primary, Glass Onion: A Knives Out Thriller, will land on December 23, with the third presumably following in 2024 or 2025. However regardless of his Star Wars undertaking being “indefinitely postponed,” it’s not canceled, with the filmmaker taking to Twitter in 2019 to verify he was nonetheless engaged on it.
Many Star Wars followers are nonetheless hyped, saying they assume Johnson having management of a three-film arc would work quite a bit higher than having to deal with a center chapter sandwiched between two J.J. Abrams films:
The highest reply might even show that the Star Wars fandom is lastly over their Rian Johnson hate.
However provided that we all know nothing about it, what can we get enthusiastic about?
The Final Jedi defenders are additionally out in pressure:
However there are at all times going to be just a few folks nonetheless nursing a grudge for his therapy of Luke Skywalker:
We’re nonetheless nearly hoping that this undertaking will finally see the sunshine of day. Disney are reportedly upset that Lucasfilm has did not get a Star Wars film in theaters since The Rise of Skywalker, and should now really feel that the warmth has cooled sufficient on The Final Jedi that followers gained’t hate it on sight.
But when Rian Johnson does return to a galaxy far, far-off, don’t count on it to launch this aspect of the late 2020s.