The canon of all films released since the 1980s has been divided into two groups.
The first group includes those released in the first six decades of the 20th century and its sequels, including Star Wars and The Empire Strikes Back, which chronicles the rise of the Galactic Empire and the events leading up to the events in Return of the Jedi.
The second group includes films released after the release of the prequel trilogy, which include Star Wars: Episode VI Return of The Jedi, The Force Awakens, and The Last Jedi, which also chronicles events leading to the Battle of Endor.
The new Star Wars films are set for release in 2020 and 2020: The Last Starfighter, a standalone film in 2019 that features a new character, Anakin Skywalker.
The film is not part of the canon, however, because it doesn’t take place in the prequels, and was written by J.J. Abrams, who has been writing Star Wars movies since 2012.
“We’re taking the most significant films that we have and trying to make it as good as possible,” Abrams told Variety earlier this year.
“But that’s not a bad thing.
We can’t take away anything from anything.”
Abrams said the film will explore a number of topics, including the character of Anakin, and will also explore the importance of the Rebel Alliance.
The Last Days of the Republic, which is set a year after the events of The Empire, will also include a new antagonist.
“It’s going to be about the characters and the people, so the characters aren’t just the heroes,” Abrams said.
“They’re the villains, they’re the antagonists, they want to stop the heroes and take over the galaxy, and the heroes are going to have to do some heroic stuff.
And then, of course, there are the events that happen after.”
The Last Battle, which will be released on July 11, 2020, will tell the story of the Battle for Endor, when the Republic is pushed back from the planet to a planet that has been abandoned for generations.
“The story of Endo is really the story that we’re telling about the war, and what happens to the people that were killed on Endo, so it’s going be very interesting to see what happens with these people after that,” Abrams added.
The movie, which takes place between the events at Endor and Battle of Yavin, will take place over the course of seven movies.
The plot will be set after the Battle at Endo.
The First Order is the new name for the Empire, which came into being when the Empire defeated the Rebel forces at Endos.
The Republic is now ruled by the Galactic Senate.
The Rebels have been fighting for control of the galaxy since the beginning of the First Order’s existence, but the Empire is a different force.
“I want to tell a story where people can see these things happening,” Abrams, 47, told Variety.
“This is something that is going to happen over the years.
We are a long way from the point where we were at the end of the war with the First, and this is going be a very different world.
And it’s not like we’re going to see the end in this movie.
It’s a really different time, and there are things that are happening that are quite extraordinary, and that are really interesting to watch.”
“It really captures the story we’re living in right now,” Abrams continued.
“So there’s a lot of different aspects to it, but at the same time, it’s a story about the people.”
In a statement, the studio said the new film is “a fully realized, ambitious and cinematic exploration of a story that’s been told for over three decades.”
The release date for the film has not been announced.
The New York Times reported in October that Star Wars will be rereleased on Blu-ray Disc with a special edition of the new Star Trek movie.