The Next “Star Wars” Films Will Reportedly Take Place During “The High Republic” Era

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Now that The Skywalker Saga has concluded, Lucasfilm is hard at work on the next chapter of “Star Wars.”

According to Making Star Wars’s Jason Ward, the next movies will take place during “The High Republic” era, a time period that predates the prequels by 400 years.

While this will not be a trilogy, the films will be interconnected.

Sources with claim that the plot will involve “a group of Jedi setting out to explore the then-unknown regions of the Galaxy.”

The Jedi would “get involved in numerous adventures and conflicts with three different types of enemies, the darkest being ancient evils, Sith gods of some sort.”

This is reportedly part of a large-scale franchise shake-up called “Project Luminous.”

The multiplatform project, which will begin with a video game, is supposedly Disney’s attempt to create a Star Wars Cinematic Universe.

As far as we know, these stories would be separate, but also connected, similar to the MCU. The more one would see, the more it could be enjoyed, with the different plots culminating in the style of the Avengers movies. The main Jedi characters would also have different strengths and powers, similar to superheroes.


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