Mark Hamill Says He'd Like to Play George Lucas in a Movie

The crew of the Ghost may be going on their final mission this year: during an otherwise upbeat panel at this year's Star Wars Celebration in Florida, it was announced that Star Wars: Rebels will be ending this year after its fourth season.

Star Wars fans will be happy to know that some of the characters will interact with each other, and all stories will count toward the series' canon (the overarching story). As explained on the panel, while viewers took the destruction of the Death Star to be a victory, Iden and her fellow Stormtroopers would have viewed it as a massive defeat. In addition to the all-new single player campaign, the team at DICE is evolving the game's multiplayer to become the ultimate Star Wars battleground. Players can choose from an array of land and air vehicles and master their own hero's journey, with customizable character progression across heroes, villains, troopers and starfighters. He said her part is the biggest new role in the film. Multiplayer will support up to 40 players, includes the option to fly a First Order TIE Fighter (in scaled up space battles that include Imperial dockyards and asteroid fields as tactical complications), will cover the prequel, original and new trilogies, and includes locales like Yavin 4's jungle, Tatooine's Mos Eisley and the Starkiller Base.

Star Wars: The Last Jedi is written and directed by Rian Johnson and produced by Kathleen Kennedy and Ram Bergman and executive produced by J.J. Abrams, Jason McGatlin, and Tom Karnowski.

Two live-action actors will return for the series.

  • Salvatore Jensen