When Disney announced it was bringing “The Dark Star” to theaters on Dec. 15, many fans wondered if the film would get a sequel.
But with the film’s success and the upcoming release of “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story,” it’s clear that it will.
Director Rian Johnson is well known for his epic fantasy films and this is no exception.
And if the franchise is as successful as its fans think, the “The Last Starfighter” sequel is going to be a big hit.
With the release of the fifth “Star Wars” film, it looks like Johnson and company have a pretty strong track record of delivering films that fans can really get behind.
I think this is going be a huge hit for the franchise.
“Star wars” fans can expect the same level of production quality and story that Johnson and his collaborators at Lucasfilm have been doing since “Star Trek” and “Starcraft.”
The film is set after the events of the prequels and the movies first three “Starfighters” films.
That means Johnson and the cast will have a lot to do with the success of the film, and that’s going to make for a great story.
“The last” is going from strength to strength with the cast, from the lead characters to the crew.
And while Johnson has said he wants “Starlight” to be the most fun and action-packed movie of the “StarWars” saga, I’m excited to see how he and his crew manage to get that across.
“Rogue One” director Rian the Force Awakens: Director Rians Johnson, left, with the director himself, “Star of Tomorrow” Oscar Isaac.
(Photo: Lucasfilm/Disney) “Rogue one” is set in the year 23 BBY.
After the fall of the Galactic Empire, the Rebel Alliance (the original name of the rebellion) and the Empire are forced to assemble on the planet Jakku to fight the new threat of the First Order.
The film will be directed by Rian, with Oscar Isaac, John Boyega, Daisy Ridley, Oscar Isaac Jr., Lupita Nyong’o, John Goodman, Domhnall Gleeson, Gwendoline Christie, Ben Mendelsohn and Forest Whitaker.
Johnson’s film will star Daisy Ridley as Princess Leia Organa, and she will be joined by John Boy, Benicio Del Toro, Domnall Gleason, Gwendo DeLaria, Idris Elba, Lupita Jones, Ben Sasse, Donnie Yen, Dom Ramey and Kelly Marie Tran.
I’m very excited to be part of this incredible team.
“Rogue 1” is written and directed by the “Dark Knight Rides Again” director Christopher Nolan and will be produced by “Starlog” and Warner Bros. Studios.
Johnson is known for creating some of the best “Star” films in recent memory.
And with “Star Tours: The Adventures Continue,” it looks as if he has the right people in place to bring a new trilogy to audiences.
I look forward to the film!
“The Force Awakens” director J.J. Abrams: “The First Order” was a powerful symbol of the destruction that was the rise of the Dark Jedi, but that doesn’t mean it’s all bad.
As fans of the original “StarTrek” and the “Trek movies” have grown, the film has had to adjust to a world that has been completely changed.
In this case, the new regime is led by a group of evil aliens called the First Ones.
Their leader, Kylo Ren, is the ultimate villain and he’s joined by a ragtag group of heroes who must fight for the galaxy at any cost.
I was really excited to work with Rian on the screenplay for “The Forces of Evil.”
We’re thrilled to bring our vision and vision of the future of Star Wars to life.
I hope we’ll see a sequel to this movie that will be even bigger than the first one.
I can’t wait to share it with you.
And it’s not just about the “Force.”
The story of “The End” also tells a story about what happens when a galactic empire is lost, a story that will resonate with fans of “Startrek.”
And the first “Star Destroyer” movie, “The Return of the Jedi,” is just getting underway.
“Jedi” director John Boy.
(Video: Disney/Lucasfilm) The last movie in the “Journey” series is set 20 years after the fall and the First Empire collapsed.
The new government has just been installed on Jakku, and the crew of the last Jedi are now tasked with finding the last surviving Jedi.
And the new “Jabba the Hutt” is in the process of taking over the planet.
I’m incredibly excited to continue exploring the galaxy and bring my own vision to the stage.