#wheresrey? Disney says more 'Star Wars' heroine toys on way

Most people, having already watched "Star Wars: The Force Awakens", have started to turn their attention to the next installment in the series, "Star Wars VIII". "George Lucas as director of Episode IX would be the ideal way to end this new trilogy and make an epic farewell between the Father of Star Wars and the whole universe of the galaxy far, far away..."

J.J. Abrams isn't directing "Star Wars: Episode VIII", but he knows a lot about it.

One of the biggest mysteries posed by the latest Star Wars is the matter of new hero Rey's identity.

The major cause of this small gross despite "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" being the most anticipated film of 2015 is due to the fact that the Chinese movie goers seemed to had the lack of enthusiasm with the film.

"I've seen all of the theories", he said.

Trevorrow is working with Episode VIII director Rian Johnson, as the pair develop the next films in the trilogy.

Oswalt also said he tried to share his passion for the franchise with his six-year-old daughter, who's "into "My Little Pony" the way I was into "Star Wars" back in 1977".

"The Force Awakens" director J.J. Abrams revealed during the Television Critics Association's winter press tour he knows some secrets behind the film's mysterious female lead. "Star Wars: Episode IX" is yet to come into production, and won't be coming out until 2019. "I want to make sure that Rian gets the courtesy he had showed me".

This only became more intense when "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" premiered, which raised more questions about Rey and who she is, and if she has any connection with some of the established Star Wars characters.

The Disney space saga was nominated for five Academy Awards on Thursday morning including film editing, original score, and visual effects, but was shut out of the big prize: best picture.

"I would love to", he said, adding that he and Crowe have talked about him possibly directing an episode of Roadies.

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