Star Wars: Episode 9 Has a New Release Date – IGN News

Along with the news that J. J. Abrams will direct, Lucasfilm also pushed back the release date.

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  1. It wouldn't have come out in Mai 2019 anyway. Episodes 7 and 8 were both originaly scheduled for a Mai release but got pushed back to December. Even the Han Solo movie, which is also set for Mai 2018, will get delayed very soon because of its troubled production. Disney just can't handle Star Wars.

  2. Idk why they were gonna have it in May anyway? I thought having it in December was like the annual thing for star wars since The Force Awakens?

  3. why do they have to bring him back?? I don't mind force awakens, but why can't we have some other decent director? why does he have to do everything now??

  4. LOL guys… Did you really think it would remain in May? They did the same thing with The Last Jedi and Rogue One. I think it'll become a trend for Star Wars movies ???

  5. I'm glad for this, it means they have the extra time to put the extra attention and love Star Wars deserves, I wish he would; but I feel George Lucas deserves to collaborate somehow, its the last numbered film and its his franchise. If I started a galaxy spanning phenomenon I'd want the respect for someone to at least ask if I wanted to see it through to the finish

  6. Does Disney not understand that they should be doing this from the start for every Star Wars film? Being Christmas movies is about all the identity these movies have.

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