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The news comes via Neil Lamont, who worked as production designer on bothSoloandRogue One. In an interview withCinemablend, Lamont revealed that he had started pre-production work on another spin-off, but this was now on pause. We were just starting our work on another Star Wars spin-off, he said. We were actually just making our mark on Tatooine–which would have been interesting– and some other new galaxies. So hopefully, if that comes back, well get the chance to be able to do that further.

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Lamont did not reveal what the movie was, but there are a couple of possibilities. The Obi-Wan movie has been rumored for sometime, withBilly Elliotdirector Stephen Daldry attached and the possibility of Ewan McGregor returning to reprise his prequel trilogy role as Obi-Wan. However, in a recent interview, McGregor said that while he would love the play the character again, he knewnothing about the project.

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While there are no Star Wars movies on the calendar beyondEpisode IX, we know that there are two new movie series in the works. One is being developed byThe Last JedidirectorRian Johnson, while the other is fromGame of ThronesshowrunnersDavid Benioff and D.B. Weiss. In addition,Iron Mandirector Jon Favreau is working on alive-action Star Wars TV show, which will premiere on Disneys upcoming streaming platform.

At least one Star Wars spin-off is no longer happening.

While no Star Wars movie has been officially announced beyond next yearsEpisode IX, there have been plenty of rumors of potential spin-offs, including movies focusing onObi-Wan KenobiandBoba Fett. However, following thecommercial disappointmentofSolo: A Star Wars Storyearlier this year it was rumored that Lucasfilm had stopped development on further spin-off films. While the studio subsequentlydeniedthis, it has now been reported that work has indeed ended on a movie set on Tatooine.

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In addition, there had been more recent rumors of a movie set within the Mos Eisley spaceport. In June,Making Star Warsreported that pre-production on a Mos Eisley film had been shut down, and the studio space reserved at Londons Pinewood Studios had been given back.

In related news,Episode IXis now in production. The films is directed JJ Abrams, who also helmed 2015sThe Force Awakens, and it hits theaters in December 2019. Earlier this month,the first imagewas released from the set. In addition, the first trailer for the upcoming animated showStar Wars: Resistancewas released this week.


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