Disney plotting 15 more years of Star Wars

Disney CEO Bob Iger shed a little more light on the upcoming young Han Solo movie at a USC event Thursday, providing details about the "Star Wars" universe film centered around the pilot iconically played by Harrison Ford.

With Han Solo filming well underway, and Woody Harrelson revealing the name of his character in the film, it's going to be a long and tantalizing wait for the movie's release, now set for May 2018. "'You'll also discover how he got his name".

Iger also revealed that he has seen "The Last Jedi" and it's "quite good" (you would hope for stronger words from the head of Disney.). (It's not happening, thankfully.) Lucasfilm has a lot to consider after losing one of its biggest stars, but it sounds like none of The Last Jedi is going to be changed because of her death. However, Iger did drop one other nugget of information, revealing that Lucasfilm is now sitting down to map out its plans post-Star Wars: Episode IX. We're still not entirely emotionally prepared for a world where there's a new Star Wars every year.

Actors playing in roles of famous characters in the "Star Wars" films have reappeared as holograms in the past, according to KGMI.

As much as I am a huge Star Wars fan, I will admit their movies can be very formulaic.

The Felicity Jones led film was a huge box office smash, following the massive success of The Force Awakens the previous year.

The film will chart olo's life from 18-24 and will include "acquiring a certain vehicle and meeting a certain Wookie".

The untitled Han Solo Star Wars Story will debut in theaters on May 25, 2018.

Star Wars: The Last Jedi is set for United Kingdom cinema release on December 15.

She added: "I mean, to everybody".

Within that time, we'll see how Han acquired the Millennium Falcon, which will probably also include the story of how the smuggler first met Lando Calrissian (Donald Glover), who was the original owner of the Falcon.

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