caption “The Last Jedi.” source Lucasfilm Disney CEO Bob Iger told Bloomberg that the “Star Wars” movies will go on “hiatus” after the release of “Episode IX” on December 20. “We will take a pause, some time, and reset,” Iger said, “because the Skywalker saga comes to an end with this ninth movie. There will be other ‘Stars Wars’ movies, but there will be a bit of a hiatus.” But you’ll still be able to get your fill of a galaxy far, far away. Disney Plus, the company’s streaming service launching in November, will offer numerous “Star Wars” TV series. And then there are those theme parks opening in Disneyland and Disney World later this year. Visit BusinessInsider.com for more stories. After releasing at least one “Star Wars” movie per year since “The Force Awakens” in 2015, it sounds like Disney will be pumping the breaks on the movies about a galaxy far, far away. In an interview with Bloomberg, Disney CEO Bob Iger said that the film franchise will go on a “hiatus” after “Episode IX” closes out the Skywalker saga of the franchise when it hits theaters December 20. “We have not announced any specific plans for movies… Read full this story
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