Star Wars Trilogy Reboot Reportedly Divided Into Three Disney+ Seasons

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Many Star Wars fans want to see changes done to the storyline of The Rise of Skywalker. Fans were upset by Kylo Ren's death. Another particularly upsetting event was the major backlash on Rey's final comments when she announced that had become a Skywalker. However, the changes will not be made in a film but rather in a span of three seasons.

Ever since the film was released, rumors have abounded the Star Wars sequel trilogy, beginning with The Force Awakens will undergo a reboot. Not only will it undergo a reboot, but a leaker also stated that the reboot will feature some unused footage of Leia Organa, Luke Skywalker, and Han Solo.

We previously reported that Doomcock, a YouTube Star Wars leaker, posted a video claiming that the rumors are true. He was also the person who stated that there is some unused footage of the iconic Star Wars character that will be revealed in the rumored reboot.

Kylo Ren interrogates Rey Star Wars: The Force Awakens
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The remake of the sequel trilogy is reportedly going to be on Disney+. Fans expecting that the reboot will once again happen in three full-pledged films might be disappointed in this development. Nonetheless, a series will have a better chance of fully fleshing out the storylines without feeling rushed.

The leaker claimed that the plan for the reboot is to spread the story over three seasons and ten mini-series episodes. It will reportedly include the 10-minute scene with the three iconic characters which was supposed to be included in the Force Awakens, only to be dropped before the release. Other reports added that George Lucas will return as a director.

Doomcock stated that the three full seasons will remake the original trilogy with eight to ten mini-series episodes in each season. Since it's a trilogy, there will likely be three seasons for each film. If proven true the first season will remake The Force Awakens, the second season will remake The Last Jedi, and the third one will reboot The Rise of Skywalker.

The Skywalker saga is currently available to stream on Disney+.

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