Star Wars has avoided revisiting the sequel trilogy timeline in favor of concentrating on the past after the underwhelming reception to 2019’s The Rise of Skywalker.
According to a recent interview with Jon Favreau, Star Wars is developing tales that take place after the events of Disney’s Star Wars sequel trilogy.
But, recent remarks from Mando-Verse producer and writer Jon Favreau imply that Lucasfilm is considering returning to that galaxy’s far-off future.
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Exploring Post-Rise of Skywalker Material by Lucasfilm
The Mandalorian’s Jon Favreau revealed that “there’s some debate, exploring going on” regarding storylines after The Rise of Skywalker: A New Hope in an interview with Moovy TV, which StarWarsNews.net published.
“There is undoubtedly a conversation taking place. And what occurs following the sequel trilogy. Since the next trilogy covers only a short period, also, it’s a significant occurrence that fills the entire screen. But Star Wars took place in only a comparatively tiny period in the thousands of years. Thus, what happens after that is intriguing as well. I’m aware that this is a topic of discussion and inquiry.”
At Star Wars Celebration in April, Lucasfilm is anticipated to reveal its future filming plans.
Are lovers of the sequel trilogy, a New Hope?
While Jon Favreau’s remarks demonstrate that Lucasfilm is still following Kathleen Kennedy’s advice from a year ago, they aren’t the only indication that more sequel-era narrative is on the horizon.
According to a 2022 report on Damon Lindeloff’s Star Wars project, the movie might include actors from the sequel trilogy.
Daisy Ridley quickly sparked more fan rumors when she shared an Instagram story confirming her employment with Lucasfilm.
At the Star Wars Celebration in London the following month, details on what Lucasfilm has in mind and who else from the sequel trilogy will participate are likely to be made public.
Disney Plus offers to stream Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.
The Mandalorian Season 3 Is Changed by Grogu’s Two Years With Luke Skywalker
The fact that Grogu and Anakin Skywalker are around the same age, excluding a specific birthday, is a beautiful example of galactic synergy.
When Qui-Gon took Anakin to the temple, he was too old for training. Thus, Grogu was already present. He was probably born there if he gets connected to Yoda or Yaddle.
The effectiveness or intricacy of the training the Child got at the temple gets clouded by his protracted infancy, but he reportedly received tuition there for decades. His childlike behavior could be the result of trauma rather than age.
In The Book of Boba Fett, viewers observed Luke instructing Grogu in the ways of the Force. However, most of Grogu’s time at the temple got probably spent concentrating on that trauma. How he got from Order 66 to The Mandalorian needs to be clarified.
Something made him different from Grogu’s other carers when Din Djarin discovered him. Grogu is more like a first-grader than a preschooler.
Yet, his time spent with Luke gave him the Force skills necessary to eliminate an Alamite, a sentient species native to Mandalore reminiscent of the Morlocks from George Pal’s The Time Machine. With R5-D4’s assistance, he could fly to a nearby planet and retrieve Bo Katan.
Luke Skywalker from The Last Jedi appears in The Mandalorian, but without baggage from his past. The galaxy needs individuals following the path of light more than a new Jedi Order. Ahsoka didn’t speak with him because of this. Grogu underwent training and eventually attained a kind of “graduation” when given the option of the lightsaber or the Beskar garment.