RUMOR: Nine ‘Star Wars’ Films In Development; No Plans For Yoda Spin

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Star Wars voice actor Tom Kane confirmed that while nine films are in development, there are no plans for a Yoda solo flick. Kane was in All Star Comic-Con when he revealed the news. The actor has voiced Yoda in several animated shows and video games.

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Kane was in All Star Comic-Con when he revealed the news. The actor has voiced Yoda in several animated shows and video games.’He was reportedly hesitant to share the information, but was able to confirm that there are solo spin-offs that will be announced in the future.

Obviously, we have Episode IX in production, and Lucasfilm has also given Rian Johnson full reign on a brand new trilogy. Furthermore, there have been rumblings about a solo Obi-Wan Kenobi film, and we know they are working on a solo Boba Fett helmed by Logan director James Mangold.

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  • Publisher: Heroic Hollywood
  • Date: 2018-06-17T12:41:32-04:00
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Rumor: ‘Star Wars’ Actor Claims 9 Movies in Development, Including More ‘Story’ Stand

A veteran Star Wars actor claims there are at least nine Star Wars films in development, including more yet-to-be-announced solo movies.

Tom Kane seems to be somewhat in the know but very hesitant to share.. claims there are at least 9 Star Wars films in various stages of development, some individual character stories yet to be announced, but definitely not Yoda. #StarWars #AllStarComicCon

‘Tom Kane seems to be somewhat in the know but very hesitant to share,’ wrote Star Wars Bookworms podcast host Aaron Goins on Twitter.

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Rumor: Lucasfilm Has 9 Star Wars Movies In Development

Tom Kane, a prominent voice actor on’The Clone Wars animated series, says Lucasfilm is currently developing nine new’Star Wars films. As difficult as it is to believe, the studio is already approaching the end of their current slate of releases in the Disney era. After the release of’Solo last month,’Episode IX is the only one remaining. J.J. Abrams begins production on the sequel trilogy finale in July, well ahead of its December 2019 release date. After that, the future of’Star Wars is a mystery.

  • Publisher: ScreenRant
  • Date: 2018-06-17T11:06:38Z
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