Obi Wan Kenobi won’t play a huge role at Celebration … because it’ll already be out.Screenshot: YouTube / Lucasfilm
So that’s what we think you will see. What won’t we see? Well, much from Obi-Wan Kenobi for starters. Since Celebration is happening simultaneously with the global launch of the show, besides attendees watching the show in their hotel rooms and lots of gossip on the floor, it would be odd for Lucasfilm to spoil anything coming so soon.
Oddly, there’s also not a panel where it would make sense to find news on a sequel to EA’s Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order or any other of the big, upcoming Star Wars games like Eclipse (with the exception of Star Wars: Hunters, which does have a panel). That could change, but as of now there’s no obvious place for those kinds of announcements to happen.
And also, don’t expect to get too much news on the future of Star Wars movies as a whole. News on one film, sure, but new trilogies? Return of Rey? Episode X? Probably not.
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