Disney CEO Confirms Next Star Wars Film, Hints at More to Come


  • Disney CEO Bob Iger confirms the next Star Wars film, ‘The Mandalorian & Grogu’ and will likely release in 2026.
  • ‘The Mandalorian & Grogu’ will be followed by a barrage of mystery films that will explore different timelines of the Star Wars saga.

Disney boss Bob Iger has recently confirmed that ‘The Mandalorian & Grogu’ will be the next Star Wars film to be released, kickstarting a fresh wave of films for the streaming giant. 

‘The Mandalorian’ was Disney+’s first flagship show and premiered alongside the streaming service’s launch. However, the next Star Wars creative will be coming to the big screens with Jon Favreau himself at the helm of it.

As per Collider, the Disney CEO also confirmed that it will start a brand-new slate of Star Wars films, many of which have already been announced.

Have a look at all the new Star Wars films that have been confirmed till now: 

Confirmed Star Wars Movies
The Mandalorian & GroguJon Favreau
Rey’s New Jedi Order movieSharmeen Obaid-Chinoy
Dawn of the JediJames Mangold
The Mandalorian era climax movieDave Filoni

Lucasfilm’s extensive plans for the Star Wars franchise abruptly stopped when films like ‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’ and ‘Solo: A Star Wars’ bombed at the box office. 

This instigated the studio to change gears and focus on the small screen. The shows they’ve produced for streaming platforms have seen immense success, but it was only a matter of time before Lucasfilm returned to the big screen. And who better to star in their new films than the fan-favorite Din Djarin?

The most exciting part of Iger’s statements is that he also talks about other mystery shows being in the works. 

This list might include Donald Glover’s Lando, which has been shifted from small to big screens. However, there might also be other mystery films in development, something that’ll surely delight the fans.

Disney CEO Confirms Star Wars Film, Hints at More
The Mandalorian | Source: IMDb

The upcoming films will open up three completely different eras for the fans. Fans will witness the birth of the Force in James Mangold’s “Dawn of the Jedi,” set 25,000 years in the past. 

‘The Mandalorian & Grogu’ is set roughly five years after the Empire’s fall. Finally, fans will see Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy introducing Rey’s new Jedi Order almost fifteen years after ‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.’ These new timelines will provide ample opportunities to explore new facets of the universe.  

About Star Wars

Star Wars is a space opera franchise created by George Lucas. It all started off in 1977 with its very first film. The series has branched out into several media including tv series, video games, comics, and novels to name a few.

The film is focused on an era where humans co-existed with other species as well as robots. The original film covers the story of Luke Skywalker who is caught in the conflict between the Empire and Rebellion.

In 2021, the franchise released the Star Wars: Visions project which has an anthology of animated shorts from different Japanese anime studios.

Rajarsi Chakraborty

Rajarsi Chakraborty

Got the rare talent to binge an entire show in a single sitting just like that. Although a sucker for psychological thrillers, no bias for any genre when it comes to a good story. A living proof that Netflix and chill is not a myth!


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