Rumors are swirling that Lucasfilm has back-burnered plans for future standalone films and is focusing on Episode IX and Rian Johnson’s trilogy. This comes after the disappointing box office of Solo: A Star Wars Story last month. Collider has the exclusive report.
Tickets for next year’s Star Wars Celebration in Chicago are officially on sale. Sadly for those wanting VIP tickets, they sold out in about 2 minutes. To get your ticket take this link and wait in the virtual queue.
The Official Star Wars Celebration has posted the ticket details for next year’s event:
Adult – 1 Day (Thurs. Preview) – $55 / $65 at the door
Kids (6-12 yrs) (Thurs. Preview) – $35 / $45 at the door
Adult – 1 Day (Fri. Sat. Sun. or Mon.) – $75 / $85 at the door
Adult – 5 Day – $215 / $225 at the door
Kids (6-12 yrs) – 5 Day – $100 / $110 at the door
Jedi Master VIP – $850
Disney’s latest Star Wars focused film officially hits theaters this week.
Now that we’re less than a week away, how high is your level of anticipation? What is your gut feeling after seeing numerous trailers and TV spots? Will they pull off a good Star Wars film, or will it be a letdown and divisive? Share your thoughts!
Our friends at Fantha Tracks have broken news with details of the rumored Obi-Wan Kenobi standalone film. Slated for a December 2020 release, pre-production has been underway for some time and filming is set to begin in early 2019.