Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Teased Ahead of Star Wars Celebration Reveal

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There's fun for"Star Wars fans of all ages at Star Wars Celebration including an array of vendors with officially licensed collectibles and other memorabilia. | Courtesy Star Wars Celebration

(For the record, I think it will be A Spark Of Hope). But believe it or not, at one point it actually didn't look like Abrams would be back. So he brought in writer Chris Terrio - who, Abrams explained, added a whole new perspective he desperately needed. So there was that, and, finally, it was resolving nine movies.

He mentions the "lack of a complete structure" which has its positives and negatives.

"Like I said, I want to let go of all my expectations, I want to sit back, I want to be entertained". It's about the big picture presented by all nine Star Wars saga films.

"To have no script and to have a release date and have it be essentially a two-year window when you're saying (to yourself), 'You've got two years from the decision to do it to release, ' [was daunting]", Abrams said. The whole thing was a insane leap of faith. In short, we're nearly there. "I'm excited about it". "So I feel relief being home [at Bad Robot], and I feel gratitude that I got to do it".

It's interesting that he talks about how this could have been a case of shoving in answers, Band-Aids, and bridges, because that's what I felt Episode 9 would have to be based on The Last Jedi. "And my first thought was, has she met someone?"

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However, oddly enough, Johnson reveals they don't have anything for the movie as of yet, no story or even a script. So it can work. Both LucasFilm's Kathleen Kennedy and director J.J. Abrams will be in attendance for a special panel about Episode IX.

These comments are just the tip of the iceberg.

Star Wars Celebration is happening over this weekend in Chicago, with EA set to show more of the game on Saturday the 13th of April, so Sunday in our time.

According to Chief Financial Officer Blake Jorgensen, the game is "exceptional in terms of its level of polish, depth, and living inside of the Star Wars world as a Jedi".

Despite the fact that Rian Johnson's Star Wars: The Last Jedi has come and gone, the largely troll-driven conversation surrounding its accomplishments (or failings) still persists.

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