The primary characters from Disney’s trio of mainstream epic films highlight in three brand-new pieces of Star Wars sequel trilogy poster art. Following Disney’s acquisition of Lucasfilm and the Star Wars franchise in 2012, the studio had plans to produce a new batch of movies that would take place behind the events of the first three movies. Episode VII of the Star Wars saga, The Force Awakens, the first movie in the sequel trilogy, received excellent marks from reviewers and Star Wars fans alike, but the two movies that came after it was considerably more contentious, leaving the Disney-era movies with a murky legacy.
Star Wars Stuff has tweeted the new Star Wars sequel trilogy poster art. The beautiful works, which artist Devin Schoeffler produced, were published in partnership with Acme Archives, an official Star Wars licensee. Each of the three sequel films—Star Wars: Episode VII: The Force, Star Wars: Episode VIII: The Last Jedi, Star Wars: Episode IX: The previous Jedi, and Star Wars: Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker—is highlighted in the three-piece collection. In all three posters, the main antagonist Kylo Ren is joined by the sequel trilogy’s protagonists Rey, Finn, and Poe, as well as various other sequel trilogy characters. Take a look at the poster below:
When Will The Sequel Era Of Star Wars Return?
Despite the sequel trilogy’s enormous commercial success, the franchise has been reluctant to include that period in its primary narrative. Some have hypothesized that one of the reasons Disney and Lucasfilm were patient in addressing further material in that era was the Star Wars trilogy’s evolving reception, which received an increasingly mixed response. But a sizeable segment of the franchise’s fandom has pushed for additional sequel-era content. That demand appears to be growing in popularity now that Star Wars: Episode IX – The Rise of Skywalker has been out for more than three years.
The sequel era has recently been reintroduced to readers of novels and comics, but it is still unclear when the television and film industries will do the same.
The Mandalorian has been the most daring in exploring sequel-era images and stories because it takes place between the originals and sequels. Grand Moff Gideon’s abduction of Grogu to draw the blood of the enigmatic being deepened the discussion of the cloning of force-sensitive individuals in Season 2.
That storyline was first established in the first episode of The Mandalorian season 1 when Din Djarin accidentally took the 50-year-old green infant to allow cloning experts like Dr. Pershing to study and work on the species’ blood. Viewers have since begun to hypothesize that Grogu may somehow connect to Palpatine’s scheme to clone himself.
Those who enjoyed the sequels should have some hope that a return to that time period will soon appear on Disney+, the big screen, or possibly both, thanks to teases in recent Star Wars properties and rumors that the following movie will take place shortly after the events of the saga’s ninth mainline installment. Given that she appears likely to carve her course for the future of the Jedi Order following the completion of the Disney trilogy, If that happens, Daisy Ridley’s Rey might be the most probable figure to return. The film’s stars are impressively brought back to the foreground in the new Star Wars sequel trilogy poster art.