Though 2019’s Star Wars: Episode IX will finish the present trilogy of flicks within the long-running sci-fi saga, we all know there’s lots extra to return. As properly the ongoing spinoff movies, Rian Johnson, who has directed subsequent month’s The Final Jedi, is planning a brand new trilogy. Simply do not anticipate to see Rey actress Daisy Ridley in any of them.
Ridley, who first performed the character in 2015’s The Drive Awakens and stars in The Final Jedi, has instructed Rolling Stone that she plans to make Episode IX her last Star Wars movie–for now. “I’m actually, actually excited to do the third factor and spherical it out, as a result of in the end, what I used to be signing on to was three movies,” she stated. “So in my head, it is three movies. I believe it is going to really feel like the precise time to spherical it out.”
Ridley went to elucidate that if she did return to the franchise it would not be for 30 years–if we’re round lengthy sufficient. “I truthfully really feel just like the world might finish within the subsequent 30 years,” she stated. “But when in 30 years we’re not residing underground in a sequence of interconnected cells… then certain. Possibly. However once more, it is like, who is aware of? As a result of the factor I assumed was so superb, was individuals actually needed it. And it was carried out by individuals who actually find it irresistible.”
The Final Jedi hits theaters on December 15 and in addition stars John Boyega, Mark Hamill, Adam Driver, Carrie Fisher, Oscar Isaac, Domhnall Gleeson, Anthony Daniels, and Andy Serkis. There was loads of promotional exercise for the film over previous couple of weeks, together with a TV spot during which Chewie smacks a Porg, and one other that focuses on Luke’s relationship with Rey.
Star Wars: Episode IX will be directed by JJ Abrams, who beforehand helmed The Drive Awakens. The film was initially set to be directed by Jurassic World‘s Colin Trevorrow, but he left the production in September. It should arrive on December 20, 2019, having moved again from its authentic launch date of Might 24.
In associated information, it was revealed this month that Disney is planning a live-action Star Wars TV show, which will probably be accessible on the corporate’s upcoming streaming service.