RUMOR: Disney Looking to “Erase” Latest Abrams and Johnson Star Wars Sequel Trilogy

There is a rumor going around that Disney is looking to basically erase the events of “The Force Awakens”, “The Last Jedi” and “The Rise Of Skywalker”.

This rumor comes from a video circulating on YouTube which states the following:

“In the Season 4 episode 13 of Star Wars Rebels, an installment titled ‘A World Between Worlds,’ the concept of the Veil of The Force was introduced, a mystical dimension of The Force that connects all time and space.”

“I have received confirmation from two additional sources claiming that this is spot on—that indeed LucasFilm realizes they have a massive problem on their hands, that the Star Wars franchise is all but dead, and despite Kathleen Kennedy’s hatred of this idea, Lucasfilm is preparing to render the Sequel Trilogy null and void.”

“A massive reset is going to hit the Star Wars universe.”

If this were to happen, the latest Star Wars Trilogy would no longer be considered canon and exist in their own timeline under legendary status. For now, take this all with a huge grain of salt, but anything can happen when it comes to Star Wars.

I have provided a link to the original Youtube video, but be warned that it includes strong language and adult humor.

Source: YouTube

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Eduardo
Eduardo
2 days ago

Sooooo… Wil Rise of The Resistance be Re-Themed to Home On The Range?!?

Doug
Doug
2 days ago

“Take this all with a grain of salt” is right. There’s basically no credibility to this rumor. They would have to reset the cannon on all recent media (comics, video games, books), actual theme park lands and rides as well since they allude to events in the new trilogy. This sounds like some pipe dream of people who just really don’t like the new movies. I’ll be the first to eat my words and admit I was wrong if this actually occurs.

Emily
Emily
2 days ago

hogwash lol

christopher cirino
christopher cirino
2 days ago

It might be to little to late Disney’s ultra woke attitude and the way they treat the fans is awful and they really need to fire Kathleen Kennedy she is the Palpatine of Disney and it’s time for her to go.While Disney is at it scratch that ridiculous Pirates project with Margo Robbie attached to it she is a franchise killer and bring back Jonny Depp!

EWJ
EWJ
2 days ago

Please let this happen.

Doug
Doug
2 days ago

WOW! That is huge! Seems hard to believe though. I love the original trilogy and thought the new ones had good moments, but not great movies. They just weren’t thought out well enough. Two conflicting trains of thought between Abrams and Johnson. Maybe, they will finally put the correct radar dish on the Falcon at Galaxy’s Edge now though.

Matt x
Matt x
2 days ago

You gotta be careful of the incel losers on youtube who make things up because they are hate filled rage monsters.

Cole Walker
Cole Walker
2 days ago

With all due respect, this is the dumbest SW rumor I’ve heard in a long time, and reads like some greasy fan boys fantasy, complete with a suffering Kathleen Kennedy and all. This doesn’t just deserve a grain of salt, but the entire factory.

Tom
Tom
2 days ago

If this equivalent to “Bobby Ewing stepping out of the shower” can be harnessed for Star Wars then I’m all In favor of it. These dreadful movies with emotionless characters will finally be obliterated forever. While they’re at it please give the prequels the same treatment.

Next on the regret and reimagine pile for Disney, Galaxy’s Edge!

Will Smith
Will Smith
2 days ago

After the flood of stupidity I have seen on the internet I’m almost not surprised by something this far fetched. If it weren’t for the fact Dinsey actually has proven they can make stupid snap decision, like ruining Splash Mountain, I would blow it off. The fact they state things like “Star Wars is all but dead” is absolute garbage. Regardless of opinions on the sequel films, things like Fallen Order, Mandalorian, Clone Wars, Galaxy’s Edge, etc, prove there is ZERO basis for that statement, even if people have had strong opinions of some of the films. But again, I’ve… Read more »

Kyle
Kyle
2 days ago

And make the events of the multi-billion dollar investment that is Galaxy Edge non-cannon as well? You might want to rethink your assessment.

Last edited 2 days ago by Kyle
Victor Nazarian
Victor Nazarian
2 days ago

I’m uncomfortable with rewrites of history and literature, even Star Wars. The treasure of the coolness factor and wow-impact of Star Wars was partly due to the pristine newness and novelty of it. If Disney goes too far with changes or even complete remakes it can feel Orwellian and false and it may be exceptionally difficult, but not impossible, to establish additional, fresh coolness and wow.

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