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Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker debuts on Disney + two months earlier on May 4

Star Wars fans have something to look forward to.

The franchise’s newest installment, The Rise Of Skywalker, will be released early due to worldwide self-isolation of COVID-19.

On Monday, it was confirmed that the 2019 movie will be released two months early on Disney +. The date is May 4, which is a Star Wars holiday, as May 4 sounds like May the Force, like May the Force with you, a common line from the movies.

I'm here! Star Wars fans have something to look forward to. The franchise's latest installment, The Rise Of Skywalker, is released early due to worldwide self-isolation of COVID-19

I’m here! Star Wars fans have something to look forward to. The franchise’s latest installment, The Rise Of Skywalker, is released early due to worldwide self-isolation of COVID-19

may 4th! It was confirmed on Monday that the film will be released on Disney + two months early. The date is May 4 which is a Star Wars holiday as May 4 sounds like May the Force because in May the Force is with you, a common line from the movies

may 4th! It was confirmed on Monday that the film will be released on Disney + two months early. The date is May 4 which is a Star Wars holiday as May 4 sounds like May the Force because in May the Force is with you, a common line from the movies

may 4th! It was confirmed on Monday that the film will be released on Disney + two months early. The date is May 4 which is a Star Wars holiday as May 4 sounds like May the Force because in May the Force is with you, a common line from the movies

Rise of Skywalker – starring Daisy Ridley, Oscar Isaac, John Boyega and the late Carrie Fisher – joins all other Star Wars movies from the franchise to make it to the Disney streaming service.

There is already A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back, The Return Of The Jedi, The Phantom Menace, Attack Of The Clones, Revenge Of The Sith, The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi.

Then there are all the spin-offs, especially the films Rogue One and Solo.

Hot movie: Rise of Skywalker - starring Daisy Ridley, Oscar Isaac, John Boyega and the late Carrie Fisher - joins all other Star Wars movies from the franchise to make it to the Disney streaming service

Hot movie: Rise of Skywalker - starring Daisy Ridley, Oscar Isaac, John Boyega and the late Carrie Fisher - joins all other Star Wars movies from the franchise to make it to the Disney streaming service

Hot movie: Rise of Skywalker – starring Daisy Ridley, Oscar Isaac, John Boyega and the late Carrie Fisher – joins all other Star Wars movies from the franchise to make it to the Disney streaming service

Additionally, the Disney + line-up will premiere the eight-part documentary series ‘Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian’ on May 4, as well as the finale of the award-winning animated series ‘Star Wars: The Clone Wars’.

Meanwhile, Oscar Isaac previously described ‘The Rise of Skywalker’ as an ’emotional ending’ to the Skywalker saga.

He said, “I think it’s an epic, overwhelming, emotional ending to the Skywalker saga.”

Oscar, 41 – who first appeared as Poe in Star Wars: The Force Awakens in 2015 – also admitted it was “ humble ” to have been involved in the sci-fi series.

He explained, “It is huge. It’s hard to believe that I’m part of the 42-year-old story and that I was able to contribute, especially to the conclusion of that thing … it’s humble. ‘

The force was with them: Isaac as Po Dameron, right, and C-3PO, left

The force was with them: Isaac as Po Dameron, right, and C-3PO, left

The force was with them: Isaac as Po Dameron, right, and C-3PO, left

The actor didn’t know if his character would ‘pass the first movie’ when he first got the part, but he enjoyed the Star Wars experience.

He said, “The whole trip was a wild, unpredictable ride.”

In February it was reported that a new Star Wars movie is in the works, although it is unclear whether it will be released in theaters or Disney +.

The Hollywood Reporter suggested that director J.D. Dillard and writer Matt Owens have been approached to develop the project, although it remains unclear what roles they will play.

J.D. recently wrote and directed the sci-fi thriller Sleight, while Matt has written scripts for Marvel shows Luke Cage and Agents of SHIELD.

This project has nothing to do with the field of Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige and Rian Johnson, who previously wrote and directed The Last Jedi.

Disney chief Bob Iger – who quit in March – has previously suggested that the expected future of the Star Wars franchise was on television after The Mandalorian’s success.

Bob confirmed that there would be a second season of the Disney + series and hinted at other spin-off projects.

The first was the best: from the left, Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, Harrison Ford Star Wars Episode IV - A New Hope - 1977

The first was the best: from the left, Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, Harrison Ford Star Wars Episode IV - A New Hope - 1977

The first was the best: from the left, Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, Harrison Ford Star Wars Episode IV – A New Hope – 1977

It took the world by storm: the first movie was so new and exciting that it spawned eight more films about the Skywalkers and two spinoffs

It took the world by storm: the first movie was so new and exciting that it spawned eight more films about the Skywalkers and two spinoffs

It took the world by storm: the first movie was so new and exciting that it spawned eight more films about the Skywalkers and two spinoffs

He added: ‘[There is] more come from The Mandalorian after that, including the ability to add more characters and the ability to take those characters in their own direction in terms of series. ‘

Future films are in development and the last one is slated for 2022.

But Bob has suggested Disney won’t make any announcements for the time being.

A big hit: Disney chef Bob Iger, who quit this year, previously suggested that the expected future of the Star Wars franchise was on television after The Mandalorian’s success

The executive said, “We didn’t announce specific plans for movies after that.

There are films in development, but we have not announced them. ‘

Bob previously suggested that Disney released too many Star Wars movies in a short period of time.

He said, “I said publicly that I think we made and released too many ‘Star Wars’ movies in a short amount of time. I did not say they were in no way disappointing. I did not say that I am disappointed in their performance. I just think there’s something so special about a Star Wars movie, less is more. ‘

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