Disney announced on Tuesday that it will release three more "Star Wars" movies that will debut in theaters beginning in 2022. Thus, the rights holder of the legendary saga of George Lucas will have a three-year hiatus between film that premieres at Christmas 2019 and the first movie of the new trilogy.
The new "Star Wars" will debut in 2022, 2024 and 2026 but do not come alone as Disney has also announced that it will release four sequels to the movie "Avatar", which grossed all box office records by 2.8 billion dollars dollars in 2009.
The sequel to "Avatar" was scheduled for the end of next year but was postponed to December 17, 2021, so that it could alternate with the debut of the new "Star Wars", ie 2023, 2025 and 2027.
No titles or any clue on the direction of the new films "Star Wars" and "Avatar" have been released, according to CNN.