Star Wars returned to the big screen in 2015 with The Force Awakens, the first film in the series since 2005. It continued in 2017 and 2019 with The Last Jedi and The Rise of Skywalker respectively. However, many fans of the Star Wars series weren’t happy with how the series ended, as Kylo Ren (Adam Driver) was killed, Rey (Daisy Ridley) took the name Skywalker and brought Emperor Palpatine (Ian McDiarmid) back. . Since then, rumors have surfaced online that the sequel trilogy will be scrapped so that the series can be rebooted.
Will Star Wars reboot?
At the moment we don’t know.
Disney and Lucasfilm haven’t said anything publicly about changing the Star Wars timeline, but it’s highly unlikely.
Despite this, Star Wars ‘leakers’ like Doomcock and Mike Zeroh seem convinced that the series is going through a change behind the scenes.
That said, their “sources” were never verified and their information wasn’t always accurate, so it would be wise to take their leaks with a big grain of salt.
Doomcock, in particular, spoke out in a video earlier this year in which he claimed that the next movie in the series will use time travel to change events in The Rise of Skywalker.
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Doomcock said: “The first scenario is kind of a soft reboot of the sequel trilogy and is by far the worst option on the table. In this scenario, [Disney] use the ‘Veil of the Force’ to go back in time and warn Luke not to try to kill Ben Solo.”
This “screenplay” would keep Ben Solo from becoming Kylo Ren, and with it the events of the sequel trilogy.
Another theory Doomcock had was that Disney would produce a Luke Skywalker movie set ten years after the events of Return of the Jedi, again changing the course of the sequel trilogy.
The YouTuber also claimed that Disney Plus could see the sequel trilogy turned into a 10-part miniseries.
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Doomcock said, “If I [Disney] would remake the sequel trilogy… the sequel trilogy would be remade exclusively for Disney Plus, according to my source. With a story spanning eight to ten miniseries and three seasons of full series.”
Meanwhile, another well-known Star Wars leaker, Zeroh, claims that Rey’s story will also be continued in an upcoming series.
The Disney Plus show, which Zeroh didn’t mention, would show Rey with a son named Cade Skywalker, a child she gave birth to through the Force (just as Anakin Skywalker was born).
He also said that Brie Larson would be appearing in a new Disney Plus series that focuses on a new character, Maeve.
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Zeroh said Maeve will be a new breed of Jedi stronger than both Darth Vader and Luke Skywalker combined.
About this alleged series, Zeroh added: “Maeve sets out on a journey to find an ancient Force power that is stronger than the light and dark side of the Force…Maeve is ready to discover and obtain it and overcome it.” to learn in these new tones.”
He has since claimed that Brie has been “fired” from her new role.
Both leakers have also claimed that original Star Wars director George Lucas will return at the helm of the films.
Lucas has not directed a Star Wars film since 2005’s Star Wars Episode III – Revenge of the Sith.
If Lucas returned to the series as a director, fans could expect to bring some of the magic he used in the original trilogy and the prequel trilogy.
However, these reports have also not been confirmed and no new Star Wars movies have been announced yet.
For now, the next Star Wars property comes in the form of Kenobi, the Obi-Wan based series, which is set to be released in 2022.
The Star Wars movies are now available on Disney Plus.
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