The Last Jedi novelization won’t be released until after the movie

However, this move from May to December gives Abrams more time for “Star Wars Episode IX” to be fleshed out. What issues might you wonder?

There will, however, be other Last Jedi books released on December 15.

The 36-year-old actor has collaborated with director Rian Johnson on three of his movies including Looper and Brick, and the filmmaker is said to have revealed the actor will lend his voice to the forthcoming film.

But much like the Rebel Alliance, a new hope has been found.

His question as to who would direct has now been answered with the appointment of Abrams.

The petition cites a variety of reasons as to why Abrams should also part ways with the franchise, numerous reasons being fans’ displeasure with his decisions for The Force Awakens.

Harrison Ford’s iconic space smuggler character was shockingly murdered by his own son Ben Solo – known as Kylo Ren – in the 2015 movie The Force Awakens, but the director thinks it was important to still retain his “figurative ghost”.

“We did learn a number of months ago… there will be a key scene in this film where Luke Skywalker sits Rey down and explains her connection to the Force, and honestly what could come of that is a lot of things”.

However, Gordon-Levitt is not the only collaborator making a cameo in the upcoming film. The film is now in production and is being produced by Lucasfilm with a screenplay by Lawrence and Jon Kasdan, and will be distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures. He directed “A Force Awakens“, the first in the newest trilogy of the “Star Wars” story. Star Wars fans deserve better.

Star Wars: Canto Bight hits shelves December 5 just in time for Star Wars: The Last Jedi.

Grant’s The Wine in Dreams teases alternate dimensions in the Star Wars universe as it follows a liquor trader who is out to purchase a bottle of wine that may or may not be from another dimension.

During D23, a synopsis was given for the upcoming Star Wars: The Last Jedi which premieres in United States theaters on December 15, 2017: “In Lucasfilm’s Star Wars: The Last Jedi, the Skywalker saga continues as the heroes of The Force Awakens join the galactic legends in an epic adventure that unlocks age-old mysteries of the Force and shocking revelations of the past”.

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