Star Wars: New Film Trilogy Will Reportedly Resurrect Kylo Ren

Credit: Lucasfilm

Credit: Lucasfilm

The Skywalker saga may have ended its controversial run for good in 2019 but if you've been following the latest rumors, there have been rumblings all over the internet that a Star Wars Episode X could actually be in development, potentially spawning a brand new trilogy that will still be connected to the aforementioned saga and pick up where Episode IX — The Rise of Skywalker left off.

Lucasfilm currently has its hands full with the MandoVerse so it would be safe to assume that they're not thinking ahead in terms of coming up with a brand new film trilogy considering we still have projects like The Mandalorian Season 3, The Book of Boba Fett, Obi-Wan Kenobi, and Ahsoka among others all lined up.

However, according to a new scoop from The Den of Nerds YouTube channel, Disney is in fact working on a brand new trilogy that will directly follow the events of the divisive sequels. They didn't go into detail about the alleged project but the report claims that Lucasfilm is planning to resurrect Kylo Ren who died during the climactic moments of The Rise of Skywalker. Again, the specifics weren't discussed so as intriguing as it may sound, better take it with a huge grain of salt.

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Kylo Ren is definitely one of the redeeming qualities of the sequel trilogy and his death in Episode IX came as a huge shocker to a lot of fans. As it stands, it's still a little too hard to tell if Lucasfilm is in fact already developing a brand new "sequel sequel trilogy" just two years after the sequel trilogy came to a close let alone bring back Ben Solo from the dead. I guess we'll just have to wait and see how everything plays out.

The entire Skywalker saga is available for streaming on Disney+.

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