Just days before the final episode of Game of Thrones airs on HBO, wrapping up one of the most critically acclaimed (and divisive) TV shows of the decade,
“We’re hard at work already,”
Disney’s first foray into the Star Wars universe, The Force Awakens, was a success — both financially and critically. The three that followed were more of a mixed bag, with polarized reactions to Star Wars: The Last Jedi, then middling reviews and a generally unenthusiastic response to Solo: A Star Wars Story. All of this reportedly convinced
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker opens up December 20th, 2019, wrapping up the trilogy that J.J. Abrams kicked off four years ago. Once it hits,
The good news is that Star Wars fans won’t be left completely in the lurch, as Iger noted that both The Mandalorian and the Rogue One prequel series starring Diego Luna will hit the Disney+ streaming service before 2022. Iger also revealed that a third live-action Star Wars series is in the works.