Star Wars IX Title to be released at the Superbowl

Star Wars IX Title to be released at the Superbowl

Star Wars is possibly the most famous franchise of movies ever made. The original blasted onto the big screen way back in 1977 and forty two years later we are approaching the Grand Finale.

Fans have been waiting in anticipation for the slightest peak of the last episode, but Disney are keeping tight lipped. There is absolutely nothing official to find to give us any idea of the plot. Numerous dates have been banded about for the release of the title of the film, only for fans to be left hanging. But the wait is over, one of the most watched events in the world – The Superbowl – will see Disneys first release of the teaser trailers. Not just one but three are planned plus we will find out the title.

Adam Driver (Kylo Ren) recently said that episode 9 is “the last chance to go back and get it right”. This displays the pressure the whole team must be feeling to make sure that they close the whole saga in the best way possible. For some die-hard fans, this franchise has become a religion. The release of Episodes one, two and three were widely seen as a mistake. But J.J.Abrams managed to bring back the faith, with the release of The Force Awakens (Episode 7). The Last Jedi (Episode 8) was directed and written by Rian Johnson, receiving a mixed reception.

Disney will not want to mess this up, so it is clear they will be throwing everything at this final instalment of the original Star Wars story. So J.J.Abrams is back at the helm as writer, director and producer. Get Ready for the biggest marketing campaign in history, this is going to be the big Star Wars year.

Star Wars – Episode IX is due to be released in December 2019. The Title and first three teaser trailers will hit us on 3rd February 2019 during Super Bowl LIII. May the Force be With You…

Star Wars – The Force Awakens Trailer:

Star Wars – The Force Awakens Trailer:

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