At the Star Wars Celebration event, Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy gave an interview to the publication Empirein which she talked about how the events of future Star Wars films will unfold in the era of sequels.
That is, in the universe of times 7-9 episodes.
The first audience will see the film by Taika Waititi, which, according to Kennedywill be released at the end of 2023. Waititi will co-write the film with Christy Wilson-Kearns, co-writer of Sam Mendes’ 1917 and Edgar Wright’s Last Night in Soho.
Also in the works is Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins’ Rogue Squadron and Rian Johnson’s trilogy. Jenkins’ tape has been shelved indefinitely due to creative differences, and Johnson is currently busy with the Knives Out franchise for Netflix – he has yet to direct a threequel.
Until then, Star Wars fans will have to make do with the mass of Disney+ series. Obi-Wan Kenobi has already started, Andor will be released in August, and The Mandalorian will return in February 2023. Also in the work is a series about Ahsoka and the Skeleton Crew show from Jon Watts with Jude Law.