Disney is looking at creating ‘another decade and a half of Star Wars stories’ after Episode IX
At the Scale: The Future of Tech and Entertainment conference in Santa Monica, California, Disney CEO Bob Iger spoke on a variety of topics, from his tenure at Disney, the next installments of the Star Wars franchise, and that the company is looking at what comes after 2019’s Episode IX.
By Andrew Liptak

Hopefully we can get an Old Republic trilogy or something like that in there somewhere.

“Sing” was the kind of movie I watched not expecting anything and then ruined me by the end of the film. I never expected to love it this much since I only vaguely know the plot to be a singing contest. But good god, it wasn’t. You get to know each characters, become attach to them and come to love them all. So by the time the contest happened, I was kinda worried cause I wasn’t sure who I wanted to win, because each of them deserve to win and I was so fricking heartbroken but I know I’d be okay with whoever will win. I kept changing “Oh! I want him to win” “But oh dang man, so does she!” OTL Gods, man. It was so funny and so touching, I cried heaps of times. Special mention to my boy, Johnny (he’s the gorilla boy), I’m so proud of you. *wipes tears* I think we could all agree he had the sweetest voice. 


Newt: Let’s begin our conversation.
Graves: What’s on the note cards? 
Newt: They’re possible topics of conversation. 
Graves: Whales. Parades. Electricity. And the rest are blank. 
Newt: Yeah, well I couldn’t think of anything else. 

(Parks and Recreation; season 2, episode 4: Practice Date)