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Are the heroes of the Star Wars trilogy missing? Then Kathleen Kennedy has a good reputation for them

The Star Wars sequel wasn’t baked the way Lucasfilm and Disney wanted, but even more than fans could have imagined. The Awakening Force, but even more than The Age of the Last Jedi and Skywalker divided audiences, many said the Mandalorian really needed to recover somewhat from the Star Wars brand’s fame. Anyway, if we liked the heroes of the latter trilogy, then Lucasfilm director Kathleen Kennedy gave us the good news, as did Reyt, Poe, Finn and others.

However, the spinoff of The Book of Boba Fett, The Mandalorian, comes close, focusing on the character of a bounty hunter who takes power over Jabba’s world of sin on Tatooine with his minions Fenneck. For this reason, the Empire dedicated or dedicates a figure to Boba Fett. The magazine that goes to newsstands on November 25 Online interface However, some interesting excerpts have already been revealed from his conversation with Kathleen Kennedy, which also covered the Obi-Wan Kenobi series, as well as the future of well-known heroes in the sequel trilogy. Kennedy said of them, “Obviously, these aren’t the characters we’ll just forget. They’re going to live.” [a Star Wars-univerzumban]And there is active talk within the creative team.”

Although the Skywalker era ended with the destruction of the First Order and the Final Order, Poe moved forward, and took command of the wand from Lei, the force practically awakened in Finland, so he had a good chance of becoming a Jedi, and Rey almost took the name Skywalker, which he surely will Or he will do too much in the next story to bring up the next generation of Jedi. Whether these characters appear in a movie or series is a good question: given the success of the Disney+ series, the latter could easily provide space to get to know a little better and even fall in love with the heroes. John Boyega, for example, has already indicated that he would be happy to return to Star Wars at the request of JJ Abrams or Kathleen Kennedy.

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Among the upcoming Star Wars projects, the fate of Rogue Squadron and Rian Johnson’s Star Wars films, developed by Patty Jenkins, is also said to be uncertain due to the creative struggles many blame Kennedy. But be that as it may, the producer and the former president of Lucasfilm will certainly remain in his position until 2024, when his contract was recently extended.