By Nicole Drum – December 17, 2019 12:49 am EST Share 0 Comments 0 The Skywalker Saga comes to an end this week with the release of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, but the eagerly-anticipated film isn’t going to be the last Star Was story. There’s also Star Wars: The Mandalorian on Disney+, two more series for the streaming platform that will focus on Obi Wan Kenobi and Cassian Andor are in the works and there are more movies as well with Rian Johnson and Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige both developing films. Various other projects have been rumored as well, but according to Disney CEO Bob Iger, the actual number of Star Wars projects in the works might just be smaller than you think. Speaking with Variety at the premiere of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, Iger didn’t give a specific number of future Star Wars projects in the works, but suggested the number is smaller than you think — and they’re choosing carefully. “Probably smaller than you think because what we do is, we look to pick a few and see how they gestate,” Iger said. “In some cases, bring them out and see how the… Read full this story
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