Star Wars to have a 'hiatus' after episode IX

Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order

Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order

This year has many excited, as there's quite a bit to share from the world of Lucasfilm, including panels for Star Wars: Episode IX (which we should have a title for by tomorrow afternoon) and The Mandalorian (both of which will surely show some footage and/or trailers) as well as a first look at some of the attractions at Disneyland's Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge, which opens this summer. Check out the logo for the exciting new Star Wars series in the post below.

One fan was quick to debunk the rumor and replied: "It can't be".

While their mission was successful it wasn't without its consequences, as, sadly, none of the Rogue One crew survived the operation in Scarif as K-2SO, Bodhi, Chirrut and Baze died in battle, while Jyn and Cassian were killed after the Death Star's superlaser was used on the planet.

The Disney Plus series The Mandalorian may be the first ever live-action Star Wars series but the franchise has spawned beloved animated series in the past, such as The Clone Wars and Star Wars: Rebels.

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You can stream the panel on the Star Wars YouTube channel and the Star Wars Celebration website.

It was also confirmed that the series would be the first of the Star Wars live-action shows to be available to watch on Disney's streaming service, with showrunner Jon Favreau adding that they're now putting the finishing touches on the project.

Star Wars Celebration is also expected to reveal new details about the TV series from Game of Thrones creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss.

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