We have some great news for movie lovers everywhere the title for the next Star Wars movie has been finally announced. “The Last Jedi” is the title which Star Wars: Episode VIII will feature and this information has been confirmed on the official Star Wars website. We think it’s safe to say that George Lucas managed to create the longest running and most successful movie franchise ever back in 1977 when the first Star Wars movie was launched.
Because the Star Wars franchise has been lasting for so long, it managed to gather one of the largest fan bases ever. The reason behind this is that these movies have been running in cinemas for a few years already and because there are bunches of other Star Wars spinoffs including a highly successful animated TV show and even a Lego movie. With that being said it’s pretty easy to understand why the reveal of the title riled everyone up .
The Star Wars fan community is buzzing with speculations and rumors regarding the upcoming movie. The most reoccurring speculation is that Luke Skywalker will die and Rey will be the last Jedi alive. Another popular rumor is that Rey might join the dark side and kill Luke and then Kylo Ren will leave the dark side and become the last jedi. Nonetheless, we can be sure that the upcoming movie will be filled with great story turns because it’s director by Rian Johnson and produced by Kathleen Kennedy and Ram Bergam. Additionally, J.J. Abrams is one of the movie’s executives.
J.J. Abrams involvement is what gives fans hope that “The Last Jedi” will be awesome because he was the director of the last Star Wars movie, “The Force Awakens”. Abram’s movie was so great that it had the whole world watching it, generating huge profits at the same time. In fact, “The Force Awakens” has a box office of $2.068 billion. Seeing those numbers, we can be sure that “The Last Jedi” will have a huge budget and the director will be able to make something special. Nonetheless, the movie is set to come out by the end of 2017 and we don’t have to wait that long until then.