Every new Star Wars movie and TV show

You'll never find a more wretched hive of scum and villainy

Upcoming Star Wars projects include Andor, The Mandalorian and Ahsoka. (Lucasfilm)
Upcoming Star Wars projects include Andor, The Mandalorian and Ahsoka. (Lucasfilm)

From the humble roots of Obi-Wan Kenobi being Princess Leia’s only hope, it’s hard to believe what Star Wars has become today, encompassing a whole galaxy of live-action and animated outings across movies and television.

As franchise overlord Kathleen Kennedy gains “ultimate power”, the sci-fi franchise has grown far beyond the mainline nine movies of the Skywalker Saga.

So that hasn’t stopped a plethora of projects being fast-tracked into productions quicker than Han Solo can do the Kessel Run.

Read more: What's going on with the Star Wars movies?

Similar to what the Marvel Cinematic Universe is doing, there are multiple releases set for the next few years.

With stories multiplying faster than a clone army, here’s every upcoming Star Wars show and movie that’s on the way.

The Acolyte | 4 June, 2024 (Disney+)

Jedi Master Kelnacca (Joonas Suotamo) in Lucasfilm's THE ACOLYTE, exclusively on Disney+. ©2024 Lucasfilm Ltd. & TM. All Rights Reserved.
Jedi Master Kelnacca (Joonas Suotamo) in Lucasfilm's The Acolyte. (Disney)

The next big Star Wars project out of the gates will be The Acolyte from Russian Doll creator Leslye Headland. Set in a relatively untapped High Replublic era of canon that’s currently being explored in the novels, this female-led series takes place around 100 years before The Phantom Menace and is our first Sith-centric story.

Here's the synopsis: "In Star Wars: The Acolyte, an investigation into a shocking crime spree pits a respected Jedi Master (Lee Jung-jae) against a dangerous warrior from his past (Amandla Stenberg). As more clues emerge, they travel down a dark path where sinister forces reveal all is not what it seems…."

Mae (Amandla Stenberg) in Lucasfilm's THE ACOLYTE, exclusively on Disney+. ©2024 Lucasfilm Ltd. & TM. All Rights Reserved.
Mae (Amandla Stenberg) in The Acolyte. (Disney)

Being described as an "action thriller with martial arts elements," The Acolyte will consist of eight episodes and has nabbed a bumper cast of Amandla Stenberg, Jodie Turner-Smith, Lee Jung-jae, Manny Jacinto, Charlie Bennett, Dafne Keen, Rebecca Henderson, Dean-Charles Chapman, Carrie-Anne Moss, and Joonas Suotamo.

Read more: Every upcoming MCU movie and TV show

Lee portrays a Jedi Master who was reportedly training Padawans in the first footage, whereas Moss is seen wielding the Force. Suotamo is known for taking over as Chewbacca in more recent movies, but here, plays a Jedi Wookiee that’s sure to become a standout.

The show's official trailer dropped in March 2024, providing our best look yet at this new stand-alone story. Watch it below:

Teasing a rising darkness, The Acolyte will debut on Disney+ on 4 June, 2024 with two episodes. The remaining four episodes will air weekly thereafter.

Star Wars: Skeleton Crew (TBC 2024)

LONDON, ENGLAND - APRIL 07: (L-R) Host Ali Plumb, Jude Law, Ravi Cabot Conyers, Robert Timothy Smith and Kyrianna Kratter onstage during the studio panel for Skeleton Crew at the Star Wars Celebration 2023 in London at ExCel on April 07, 2023 in London, England. (Photo by Kate Green/Getty Images for Disney)
Host Ali Plumb, Jude Law, Ravi Cabot Conyers, Robert Timothy Smith and Kyrianna Kratter onstage during the studio panel for Skeleton Crew. (Kate Green/Getty Images for Disney)

Although we’re getting some A-list star power as Jude Law steps up to the plate, the kids are alright in Skeleton Crew. Previously going under the codename Grammar Rodeo, Skeleton Crew charts the fall of the Empire through the eyes of four children "who find themselves lost in in the vastness of the galaxy trying to find their way home."

Spider-Man: No Way Home’s Jon Watts is also making his first foray into the galaxy, in a project that’s described a "galactic version of classic Amblin coming-of-age adventure films of the '80s." The leads include Ravi Cabot-Conyers, Kyriana Kratter, and Robert Timothy Smith, while Law has been confirmed as a Jedi.

Read more: Everything we know about Skeleton Crew

Filming wrapped on Skeleton Crew in January 2023. Oscar-winning directing duo Daniels — Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert — have reportedly helmed at least one episode of the upcoming show.

Directing talent includes Thunderbolts’ Jake Schreier alongside Mandalorian alumni Bryce Dallas Howard and Lee Isaac Chung. A first teaser debuted at Star Wars Celebration 2023, and despite a fan-favourite Mandalorian villain making their return, fans are left in the dark… for now

Andor Season 2 (TBC late 2024)

Stellan Skarsgård's mysterious rebel joins forces with the title character in Andor. (Lucasfilm/Disney)
Stellan Skarsgård's mysterious rebel joins forces with the title character in Andor. (Lucasfilm/Disney)

Given the fates of the characters in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, Diego Luna’s Cassian Andor might not have seemed the most likely character to lead his own spin-off, but the first season of Andor followed the rugged rebel as the Rebel Alliance forms during an era of unease.

Familiar faces including Rogue One’s Genevieve O’Reilly and Forest Whitaker reprised their respective roles as Mon Mothma and Saw Gerrera. The old crowd were joined by Killing Eve’s Fiona Shaw, Morbius’ Adria Arjona Torres, and MCU favourite Stellan Skarsgård.

Being set five years before Rogue One — and in that lucrative gap between the prequel and original trilogies — means that Andor’s first season of 12 episodes will be followed by a second season of 12 to complete the story.

Speaking of the final run, Gilroy teased a “very different” season 2 that will be spread across the next four years.

He told Rolling Stone, “They’re about learning to be a leader and how difficult it is to put the alliance together and what happens to people who are the original gangsters versus the establishment and a lot of different other issues ... I’m hoping what we’re gonna do in the second half [of the series] will make the meal feel really satisfying.”

The Star Wars Celebration trailer isn’t available online yet, but with the promise of more blasters and subterfuge, we’re expecting most of the above to return alongside villains like Dedra Meero (Denise Gough) and Syril Karn (Kyle Soller).

Andor season 2 went into production when season 1 was still airing, and according to Gilroy, was expected to reach Disney+ in August 2024. That didn't end up happening, party thanks to fall out from the Hollywood strikes. In January 2024, Luna confirmed that he still had a few days left on the project and was set to return for reshoots. With those in the bag, perhaps we can expect Andor season 2 in late 2024.

The Mandalorian Season 4 (TBC)

(L-R): Bo-Katan Kryze (Katee Sackhoff), the Mandalorian (Pedro Pascal) and Grogu in Lucasfilm's THE MANDALORIAN, season three, exclusively on Disney+. ©2022 Lucasfilm Ltd. & TM. All Rights Reserved.
Bo-Katan Kryze (Katee Sackhoff), the Mandalorian (Pedro Pascal) and Grogu in The Mandalorian. (Disney)

This is the Way, The Mandalorian is surprising no one with an order for season 4 although confirmation of feature length film entitled The Mandolorian & Grogu has made it tricky to predict when season four will arrive.

We’re only just getting beneath the helmet of Din Djarin (Pedro Pascal) on the small screen, and with Grogu being key to this era of the franchise, we’re expecting that little bundle of Midi-chlorians to get his own beskar before the final credits roll.

In February 2023, creator Jon Favreau confirmed season 4 had already been written, and around the same time, told Total Film (via GamesRadar) there’s no end in sight for the series. That doesn’t mean it’ll be business as usual though, as executive producer Rick Famuyiwa explained to IGN the meaning of the series has changed.

(L-R): The Mandalorian (Pedro Pascal) and Grogu in Lucasfilm's THE MANDALORIAN, season three, exclusively on Disney+. ©2022 Lucasfilm Ltd. & TM. All Rights Reserved.
Grogu in The Mandalorian. (Disney)

“Who is the Mandalorian at this point? And so I think it could be anyone,” said Famuyiwa, confirming the titular Mandalorian is no longer just Din Djarin. We imagine has something to do with Katee Sackhoff’s live-action Bo-Katan wiping the floor with the competition.

Read more: The Mandalorian recap: The story so far

Famuyiwa also directed the final two episodes of season 3, and when pushed by Collider on when season 4 could get off the starting blocks, said the team is deep into starting the prep and the pre-production process as of April 2023.

All this news sounds promising - although following Disney's reveal that a big screen version of The Mandalorian is in the works, we're still in the dark as to when season four might appear. As it stands, feature film The Mandalorian & Grogu will start production in 2024 but it's not clear if this will be based on the pre-written season 4 scripts or follow a brand new story. Either way, it looks likely that we'll see a fourth series of Mando's stand-alone adventures after he's swung by multiplexes.

James Mangold's Star Wars movie Dawn of the Jedi (TBC)

Jedi in a scene from Lucasfilm's THE MANDALORIAN, season three, exclusively on Disney+. ©2023 Lucasfilm Ltd. & TM. All Rights Reserved.
Jedi in a scene from Lucasfilm's The Mandalorian. (Disney)

There were three live-action movies announced at Star Wars Celebration 2023, with each charting a very different era of the galaxy far, far away. Taking its place at the start of the complex Star Wars timeline, Logan’s James Mangold plans to tell the story of the first Jedi. The Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny director is a hot property right now.

Read more: Everything we know about James Mangold's Star Wars movie

Set a whopping 25,000 years before A New Hope, this epic will give the Jedi Knights an origin story. Speaking to Empire, Mangold shed a little light on what it’ll involve: “I told Kathy [Kennedy] I wanted to make a kind of Bible movie, a kind of Ten Commandments of Star Wars – kind of a Cecil B DeMille film about the arrival of the Force, and that’s what I’ve been pecking away at between press events. That’s the idea.”

Hyping the idea that it’s connected enough to the Star Wars we know and far enough away to let him freely tell his own story, we’re guessing it'll be similar to how Logan was an X-Men movie without being a spandex-clad X-Men movie.

Later titled Dawn of the Jedi, the project bears many similarities to the Star Wars film that was being developed by Game of Thrones' co-creators David Benioff and Dan Weiss which also planned on telling the tale of how the Jedi came to be. Their story was working under the title The First Jedi.

Dave Filoni's Star Wars movie (TBC)

(L-R): The Mandalorian (Pedro Pascal) and the Armorer (Emily Swallow) in Lucasfilm's THE BOOK OF BOBA FETT, exclusively on Disney+. © 2022 Lucasfilm Ltd. & ™. All Rights Reserved.
The Mandalorian (Pedro Pascal) and the Armorer (Emily Swallow) in The Book of Boba Fett. (Disney)

Set in the ever-expanding sweet spot between the original trilogy and the sequels, Clone Wars and Rebels legend Dave Filoni is finally making the leap into movie territory for an outing that charts “the escalating war between the imperials and the fledging New Republic.”

Read more: Everything we know about Dave Filoni's Star Wars movie

Initially, Filoni's project was expected to tie together the likes of The Mandalorian, Ahsoka, and The Book of Boba Fett, with whispers that Lars Mikkelsen’s Grand Admiral Thrawn could be the big bad. However, that storyline appears tied up in the recently announced The Mandalorian & Grogu film project, leaving the storyline for Filoni's movie up in the air.

The same release that confirmed the Jon Favreau-directed Mando movie insisted that "The Mandalorian & Grogu will lead Lucasfilm's ongoing feature-development slate, including films helmed by Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy, James Mangold, and Dave Filoni" - so the project is still on the cards, we'll just have to wait a little longer to find out what it's about. That said, Ahsoka star Eman Esfandi has teased that his character, the Jedi Ezra Bridger, may play a pivotal role in Filoni's film.

Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy's Rey movie (TBC)

Daisy Ridley as Rey in the final moments of 'Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker'. (Disney)
Daisy Ridley as Rey in the final moments of 'Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker'. (Disney)

Many guessed this day would come, and following reports that Ms. Marvel’s Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy was directing a mystery Star Wars movie, we now know it’s for the return of Rey (Daisy Ridley).

With Lost's Damon Lindelof exiting the project and Peaky Blinders' Steven Knight stepping in to script it, documentarian Obaid-Chinoy will deliver another female-first Star Wars adventure, which is also likely to be the next live-action movie out of the gate. Set 15 years after The Rise of Skywalker, Rey is reportedly trying to restore the Jedi Order based on Luke Skywalker’s old books and what she promised her dearly departed master.

Read more: Everything we know about Daisy Ridley's return as Rey

Other characters from the sequel trilogy are also poised to return, as many fans hope there could be more from John Boyega’s Finn. Kennedy promised us we’re weeks away from her getting a script, meaning it’s full steam ahead with the current furthest point in the galaxy’s timeline.

Speaking to Collider, Ridley said that the project was "real cool" but "not what I expected."

“I’m very excited. The story is really cool," she told the outer. "I’m waiting to read a script because, obviously, I don’t have any other updates. It’s not what I expected, but I’m very excited.” Later, Ridley shared that the series will likely include new characters - but don't expect Rey to have any kids.

I know there’s an introduction of new characters," the star told Deadline. "I don’t know about previous characters. "I would say she probably doesn’t have children seeing she’s a Jedi," she added. Elsewhere, she commented on the potential of this new heading. "I think it’s a really fantastic exploration of the Star Wars world. It’s a really cool way of taking the story on in a bit of a different direction."

Taika Waititi’s untitled Star Wars movie (TBC)

Taika Waititi on the set of 'The Mandalorian', as seen in 'Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian'. (Credit: Disney+)
Taika Waititi on the set of The Mandalorian, as seen in Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian. (Disney+)

After seeing what Taika Waiti can do with Thor in the MCU, there are high hopes he can inject his usual brand of humour into Star Wars for a live-action movie.

There’s no news on where or when Waititi’s project will be set, but in August 2021, the What We Do in the Shadows director told Wired he’s cracked the story that “feels very me.” Kennedy gave Variety a brief update in April 2023 and added:

“Taika is still working away. He’s writing the script himself. He doesn’t really want to bring others into that process and I don’t blame him. He has a very, very unique voice. So we want to protect that and that’s what he’s doing. But we’re going to make that one day."

The movie doesn't have a release date, and although it was once marked to herald the franchise’s return to the silver screen, that rumoured December 2025 release date looks unlikely. Waititi, who appears in The Mandalorian as the bounty hunter droid IG-11, is also rumoured to be in talks to star in his Star Wars movie.

In November 2023, Waititi gave an update on the project, saying he wants to take his time with it. "At the moment, I'm still developing something with them. Like me, they have a lot of projects going on. I think they're gonna push it until I finish these other projects," he told Entertainment Tonight. "I've got about four other scripts that I'm trying to finish. My thing is I want to take my time with that and get it right. I don't want to rush this movie."

At around the same time, Waititi told Variety that his Star Wars movie is likely to "piss people off." When asked about its story, the director told Variety “It will be … dramatic pause… a Taika Waititi film."

He jokingly added: “It’s gonna piss people off."

Shawn Levy's Star Wars movie (TBC)

LOS ANGELES, CA - DECEMBER 09:  Producer Kathleen Kennedy (L) and Director Shawn Levy at the world premiere of Lucasfilm's Star Wars: The Last Jedi at The Shrine Auditorium on December 9, 2017 in Los Angeles, California.  (Photo by Jesse Grant/Getty Images for Disney)
Producer Kathleen Kennedy (L) and director Shawn Levy at the world premiere of Lucasfilm's Star Wars: The Last Jedi, 2017. (Jesse Grant/Getty Images for Disney)

I​​n November 2022, it was reported that Shawn Levy — director of Free Guy and The Adam Project, as well as producer of Stranger Things — is in talks to direct a Star Wars film. It would likely follow Deadpool 3 (releasing 2024) and the final season of Stranger Things (shooting in 2024).

Despite there being no update at Star Wars Celebration 2023, Levi previously reiterated to Collider he’s determined to get it made: "I don't attach to things because it looks good in a trade announcement. I attach to things that I intend to make. And you better believe I'm not going to squander this juiciest of opportunities. I'm going to work my ass off. But first, I got to work my ass off on making Deadpool."

In November 2023, Levy provided a brief update, telling Variety: "When Kathy Kennedy brought me on board to make a “Star Wars” movie, her central mandate to me was “I want a Shawn Levy movie. I want a story and a tone that reflects you and your taste and what you bring to your movies — with a ‘Star Wars’ story.”So I have felt extremely empowered."

He added: "We are in early days, unfortunately, because the development process was abruptly paused [due to the WGA strike], but I feel very empowered to trust my instincts in the development of this story and movie."

Untitled Lando project (TBC)

Donald Glover is Lando Calrissian in SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY.
Donald Glover is Lando Calrissian in Solo. (Lucasfilm)

Another name that needs no introduction is Lando Calrissian. The smooth-talking smuggler first appeared in 1980’s The Empire Strikes Back, with Billy Dee Williams becoming synonymous with the role — even returning for The Rise of Skywalker.

Donald Glover portrayed a much younger Lando in Solo: A Star Wars Story, and after Kennedy said Glover "holds all the cards here," it seemingly confirmed he’ll be leading Lando instead of Williams. This was backed up by Glover teasing GQ that he’s still in talks to reprise his role.

Glover’s involvement provided hope to the idea that Alden Ehrenreich and the tatters of Solo’s plot points could continue on the small screen. Kennedy formally announced a Solo spin-off series in late 2020, saying: "Lando Calrissian is the galaxy's smoothest, most notorious scoundrel, and he'll return in a brand-new event series for Disney+,”

Then came a period of radio silence.

Initially, Haunted Mansion director Justin Simien was attached to direct the project but in mid-2023, it was revealed that he had left the series and had been replaced by Donald Glover and his sibling and writing partner Stephen.

Almost immediately after this news dropped came the confirmation that Solo's series would now become a movie.

“It’s not even a show…the idea right now is to do a movie," explained Stephen during a podcast interview. "Right now, because of the strike, it’s kind of like telephone, all of the information," he added, commenting on the difficulties of developing a project during the Hollywood strikes.

The news was later confirmed by Lucasfilm.

Knights of the Old Republic (TBC)

Knights of the Old Republic (Credit: BioWare)
Knights of the Old Republic (BioWare)

Lucasfilm boss Kathleen Kennedy confirmed an adaptation of the classic video game was in development, and it was later revealed that Terminator: Genisys and Alita: Battle Angel co-writer Laeta Kalogridis was working on the script.

There's been no update since though.

A Droid Story (TBC)

R2-D2 (L) and C-3PO arrive for the world premiere of Disney's Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker, 2019. (AFP via Getty Images)
R2-D2 (L) and C-3PO arrive for the world premiere of Disney's Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker, 2019. (AFP via Getty Images)

Years ago, there were whispers that R2-D2 and C-3PO would get their own spin-off akin to Solo, but it never came to pass. Instead, Star Wars: A Droid Story will see the iconic pair helping “a new hero” on a special mission.

There’s no word on where in the timeline A Droid Story fits, but with them first meeting in The Phantom Menace, it must take place after Episode I.

Disney+ is partnering with Industrial Light & Magic for a mix of animation and visual effects. However, as of early 2024 there has been no new updates on this particular project.

Untitled Star Wars movie (22 May 2026)

Disney had an untitled Star Wars movie pegged to go out on Friday, 19 December 2025 but a recent update showed that this has now been pushed until Friday 22 May 2026. As of writing, it's still unclear what this feature film will involve or who it might star.

The Mandalorian & Grogu | 2026

The galaxy's favourite bucket-headed hired gun (sorry Boba Fett) is jet-packing his way to the big screen in the hotly anticipated Star Wars movie event The Mandalorian & Grogu.

The project was first unveiled in early 2024 amid an asteroid field of confusion surrounding the status of a fourth season of The Mandalorian. While Disney has assured us that this is very much on the way, it looks like we'll see Mando and Grogu on the big screen before they return to streamers.

While plot details for the duo's cinema debut are currently being kept in carbonite, we do know that the film will be directed by Jon Favreau, one of the most important directors behind some of Disney's key recent releases. “I have loved telling stories set in the rich world that George Lucas created,” said the filmmaker back when the news originally broke. “The prospect of bringing the Mandalorian and his apprentice Grogu to the big screen is extremely exciting.”

With Favreau, Mando and Grogu find themselves in capable hands. In addition to kick-starting the MCU with Iron Man, Favreau has also directed Disney's live-action The Lion King and The Jungle Book and written numerous episodes of The Mandalorian alongside directing its debut episode.

Untitled Star Wars movie (17 December 2027)

The same Disney release date shuffle also let slip that a third currently untitled Star Wars feature is due for release on Friday, 17 December 2027. Much like the previous two on this list, details on what this one is about or who it might feature are buried deeper than a Sarlacc pit. Hopefully, we'll know more soon.

J.D. Dillard and Matt Owens project (Status unknown)

PARK CITY, UT - JANUARY 23:  Director J.D. Dillard attends the
Director J.D. Dillard attends the "Sleight" Premiere during the 2016 Sundance Film Festival. (Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images for Sundance Film Festival)

Sleight’s J.D. Dillard and Luke Cage’s Matt Owens were in the early stages of developing a Star Wars film in February 2020, which is rumoured to have been set on the Sith planet of Exegol.

However, in November 2022 Dillard announced he was no longer involved.

Untitled Rian Johnson Trilogy (on hold)

LOS ANGELES, CA - DECEMBER 09:  Writer/Director Rian Johnson at the world premiere of Lucasfilm's Star Wars: The Last Jedi at The Shrine Auditorium on December 9, 2017 in Los Angeles, California.  (Photo by Charley Gallay/Getty Images for for Disney)
Writer/Director Rian Johnson at the world premiere of Lucasfilm's Star Wars: The Last Jedi, 2017. (Charley Gallay/Getty Images for Disney)

Despite Rian Johnson’s The Last Jedi being held as possibly the most divisive entry of the Skywalker Saga, he’s still poised to lead a whole new trilogy of movies. The all-new trilogy is planning to explore a different corner of the galaxy and introduce brand-new characters.

Johnson’s trilogy was announced in 2017 (before The Last Jedi even came out), and in a long-awaited update, Kennedy told Vanity Fair admitted it’s been back-burnered. In the Variety interview, she went on to admit that although she speaks to Johnson all the time, he's a busy man:

"We’re not actively involved in anything at the moment because he’s doing another one of the ‘Glass Onion’ movies and then God knows what else. But he really wants to step back into the space. It’s a big commitment of time, so that’s really on him.”

Rogue Squadron (TBC)

The title treatment for Star Wars: Rogue Squadron. (Disney)
The title treatment for Star Wars: Rogue Squadron. (Disney)

Wonder Woman’s Patty Jenkins was due to sit in the director’s chair for Rogue Squadron — which she wanted to be about the "greatest fighter pilot movie of all time."

Set in a “future era” of the galaxy, Rogue Squadron would have followed a new generation of starfighter pilots as they shoot through the stars.

Even though Rogue Squadron was originally slated for a Christmas 2023 release, it was indefinitely delayed with Jenkins putting her efforts into Wonder Woman 3, which has also been cancelled by DC.

With Wonder Woman 3 now off the table, Jenkins was seemingly able to return to a galaxy far, far away. “When I left Star Wars to do Wonder Woman 3, and I started working on that, we talked about, ‘Well, maybe I’ll come back to Star Wars after Wonder Woman 3,’ so we started a deal for that to happen,” the filmmaker told hosts of the Talking Pictures podcast. “When Wonder Woman 3 then went away, Lucasfilm and I were like ‘Oh, we’ve got to finish this deal.’ We finished the deal right as the strike was beginning, so I now owe a draft of Star Wars.”

With a flight path clear, development is apparently back on for Rogue Squadron.

Kevin Feige’s untitled Star Wars movie (CANCELLED)

HOLLYWOOD, CA - DECEMBER 10: President of Marvel Studios Kevin Feige (R) and Caitlin Feige attend The World Premiere of Lucasfilm's highly anticipated, first-ever, standalone Star Wars adventure,
Marvel Studios Kevin Feige (R) and Caitlin Feige attend the Rogue One: A Star Wars Story premiere. (Marc Flores/Getty Images for Disney)

Before Kathleen Kennedy was lording it over Star Wars, Kevin Feige was showing us how to craft cinematic universes. The idea that the MCU’s very own Emperor Palpatine will steer a Star Wars movie was huge news.

He was joined by another big name from Marvel, as Loki and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness scribe Michael Waldron was attached to write the screenplay.

As of March 2023, Feige's Star Wars movie was no longer in active development and by November, we received confirmation from the man himself that the project wasn't happening any more.

When asked by Entertainment Weekly if it was still being developed, Feige replied simply 'No', seemingly putting this particular Star Wars adventure into carbonite for the time being.

Rangers of the New Republic (SHELVED)

Gina Carano as Cara Dune in 'The Mandalorian'. (Credit: Disney+)
Gina Carano as Cara Dune in 'The Mandalorian'. (Credit: Disney+)

One series unlikely to see the light of day is Rangers of the New Republic. The Mandalorian's tease of a spin-off for Gina Carano’s Cara Dune led into Rangers of the New Republic, but the star’s outspoken comments on social media led to Disney cutting ties with her.

Speaking to Empire in 2021, Kennedy confirmed no scripts for Rangers of the New Republic had been written, adding that ideas could be absorbed into future seasons of The Mandalorian.

David Benioff and D.B. Weiss’ Trilogy (SHELVED)

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - JANUARY 19: David Benioff and D.B. Weiss attend 2020 Netflix SAG After Party at Sunset Tower on January 19, 2020 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Michael Kovac/Getty Images for Netflix)
David Benioff and D.B. Weiss attend 2020 Netflix SAG After Party. (Michael Kovac/Getty Images for Netflix)

Game of Thrones legends David Benioff and D.B. Weiss were set to swap dragons for Rancors for a whole trilogy of movies. The daring duo was announced for the much-hyped trilogy back in 2018 — at a time Game of Thrones was still massive — for a 2022 start.

Although Benioff and Weiss cited their ongoing deal with Netflix as the reason, others think the critical slamming Game of Thrones season 8 received was another contributing factor.

In early 2024, the pair elaborated on what their shelved movie would've entailed, suggesting that Rian Johnson's entry to the Star Wars saga clashed with their ideas. “We wanted to do The First Jedi,” revealed Benioff, speaking to The Hollywood Reporter. “Basically how the Jedi Order came to be, why it came to be, the first lightsaber …”

“And we were annoyed as hell when [Rian Johnson, the duo’s longtime friend and 3BP producer] called his movie The Last Jedi,” Weiss says dryly. “He completely destroyed the obvious title for what we were working on.”

As for why it was ditched, Benioff added: “[Lucasfilm] ended up not wanting to do a First Jedi story. We had a very specific story idea in mind, and ultimately they decided they didn’t want to do that. And we totally get it. It’s their company and their IP, but we weren’t the droids they were looking for.”

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