"Star Wars" will return in 2023 with a new saga

"Star Wars" will return in 2023 with a new saga
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The famous space saga "Star Wars" will return to the big screens in 2023. This information was confirmed by the head of the studio Lucasfilm Kathleen Kennedy. According to her, the exact date of the premiere has not yet been determined, but we are talking about the film, which plans to engage New Zealand director Taika Waititi.
We're wrapping up the story of the Skywalker clan, and we have all this wonderful, exciting development happening on television that informs the audience so much about where we're going. We want to be very attentive to that," Kennedy commented.
She said there are "great talents" involved in making the next Star Wars movies, "These are people who care a lot about what the next iteration of Star Wars will be and trying to get people back into theaters. That's important to us," the Lucasfilm president added.
She expressed confidence that "Star Wars" will "go on forever," as there are so many "great storytellers" who are willing to flesh out the legends of a galaxy far, far away.
Recall that Waititi previously directed the first season finale of the series "Mandalorean," he also played the role of the bounty hunter, the droid IG11.