Star Wars: Episode IX wrapped up the scene, marking the end of what Disney called the "saga of Skywalker." In an emotional couple of tweets, director and actor John Boege shared a photo and thanked actors and brigades.
Boyega, and Oscar Isaac having a pretty hug in a suit on what seems to be the desert backdrop. Three are played by the protagonists of the new trilogy: Ray, Finn and Damon, respectively.
"It feels impossible, but today wrapped up a photograph of Episode IX," said Abrams. "There is no adequate way to thank the true magic crew and the abandoned. I always owe you all."
Boege expressed similar feelings.
of my life, for which I can not be more grateful. What a process! It really was a joy to be in these cinema surrounded by amazing people. JJ thank you for the fact that my dreams have come true. pic.twitter.com/8b83vQKKDc
– John Boega (@JohnBoyega) Disney property for a franchise. Ryan Johnson directed the second film "The Last Jedi." Episode IX (the title that was not yet revealed) was intended for the head of Jurassic World Colina Trevorova, but it broke up because of creative differences, and Abrams returned to close the trilogy. After finishing the saga of Skywalker later. This year it is unclear what kind of direction Disney will move with the franchise. The company pumped the brakes on its back-of-the-movie anthology, after Solo disappointed at the box office and Disney CEO Bob Eger suggested the fans got fatigued from too much Star Wars. Director of "The Last Jedi," Ryan Johnson is still preparing to send his own trilogy of films, but we are not sure where the films are taking place in the universe.
Meanwhile, the company is about to launch its own streaming video service, Disney +, will have its own list of original shows: The Mandalorian, Rogue One prequel starring Cassian Andor (Diego Luna) and the new season The Clone Wars.