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Star Wars Movie Release Schedule

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Want to know when the next Star Wars feature film is hitting the big screen? This list will be updated regularly to show details of the upcoming instalments of the Star Wars saga so you're always the know.

Last update: May 2019.

20 Dec 2019 - Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

Director: JJ Abrams

Summary: Episode IX will continue the main saga from Star Wars: The Last Jedi, and will likely conclude the story arc of the sequel trilogy. It is expected that there will be a period of time that has passed since the end of the previous film.

See also: Everything we know about Episode IX

16 December 2022 - David Benioff & DB Weiss Star Wars movie

The creators of the television adaptation of George RR Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire series, Game of Thrones, were offered a film or series of films, possibly a trilogy. Bob Iger confirmed in May 2019 that Star Wars 2022 was theirs.

20 December 2024 - Untitled Star Wars movie

The release date was announced by Disney in May 2019. Further details have not been confirmed.

18 December 2026 - Untitled Star Wars movie

The release date was announced by Disney in May 2019. Further details have not been confirmed.

Unknown Status

Rian Johnson Star Wars Trilogy

Shortly before the release of The Last Jedi it was announced that director Rian Johnson would be working on a new trilogy of Star Wars films that were separate from the main episodic saga. It is speculated that this will pick up on some of the themes introduced in The Last Jedi and follow a new group of young Force users.

Cancelled Projects

2020 Star Wars Story

This spin-off film was previously assigned to Josh Trank to direct, before he was dropped from the project, which was rumoured to be based on the story of fan-favourite bounty hunter Boba Fett. Other rumours favoured an Obi-Wan Kenobi spin-off, which Ewan McGregor stated he would be happy to reprise his role for. It was reported in October 2018 that the Boba Fett film had been scrapped in favour of the the Jon Favreau television series, The Mandalorian, and the relatively poor box office performance of Solo: A Star Wars Story caused Disney/Lucasfilm to reevaluate their future release plans. 

Released Projects

2015 - Star Wars: The Force Awakens

2016 - Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

2017 - Star Wars: The Last Jedi

2018 - Solo: A Star Wars Story


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