Disney Plans One New 'Star Wars' Movie Every Year Until a Long Time From Now, In a Galaxy Far, Far Away
Get ready for a lot of Storm Troopers in your future.
At CinemaCon today, Disney announced it plans to release one Star Wars movie every year, starting with its much-anticipated Episode VII, directed by J.J. Abrams, which is set to come out summer 2015. From there, Disney says it will release a standalone movie, likely either the Han Solo origin story or Boba Fett feature Disney already has in the works, in 2016. In 2017, we'll get another Star Wars sequel, another spinoff in 2018 and so on and so forth. The sun rises, the sun sets, seasons change and each year another Star Wars movie.
Disney, of course, took over the Star Wars franchise and brand name when it purchased Lucasfilm last year.
Are you looking forward to all the new 'Star Wars' films?