'Star Wars': Rian Johnson Writing & Directing Next Two Movies
"Rarely have I seen the revival of a film franchise stir so much fervor as Star Wars, among hot young filmmakers who grew up loving George Lucas’ original film trilogy.
In a bombshell move, I’m told that Lucasfilm is making a deal with Looper writer-director Rian Johnson to write and direct Star Wars Episodes VIII and IX. Essentially, that means that the intention is for Johnson to take the baton from JJ Abrams, who has gotten the space franchise off the ground and is right now helming Episode VII. 
I don’t know too much more at this point, but it is in keeping with Disney and Lucasfilm’s strategy of entrusting the venerable franchise to the best and brightest writers and directors, including the spinoff films that are being directed by Chronicle‘s Josh Trank and Godzilla‘s Gareth Edwards.” (via deadline)
Well, he wrote and directed Brick,The Brothers Bloom and Looper, all of which I loved and also directed episodes from Terriers and Breaking Bad (also on my favorite tv series list) So I am quite hopeful of these movies. 
His only comment so far:

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'Star Wars': Rian Johnson Writing & Directing Next Two Movies
"Rarely have I seen the revival of a film franchise stir so much fervor as Star Wars, among hot young filmmakers who grew up loving George Lucas’ original film trilogy.
In a bombshell move, I’m told that Lucasfilm is making a deal with Looper writer-director Rian Johnson to write and direct Star Wars Episodes VIII and IX. Essentially, that means that the intention is for Johnson to take the baton from JJ Abrams, who has gotten the space franchise off the ground and is right now helming Episode VII. 
I don’t know too much more at this point, but it is in keeping with Disney and Lucasfilm’s strategy of entrusting the venerable franchise to the best and brightest writers and directors, including the spinoff films that are being directed by Chronicle‘s Josh Trank and Godzilla‘s Gareth Edwards.” (via deadline)
Well, he wrote and directed Brick,The Brothers Bloom and Looper, all of which I loved and also directed episodes from Terriers and Breaking Bad (also on my favorite tv series list) So I am quite hopeful of these movies. 
His only comment so far:

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'Star Wars': Rian Johnson Writing & Directing Next Two Movies
"Rarely have I seen the revival of a film franchise stir so much fervor as Star Wars, among hot young filmmakers who grew up loving George Lucas’ original film trilogy.
In a bombshell move, I’m told that Lucasfilm is making a deal with Looper writer-director Rian Johnson to write and direct Star Wars Episodes VIII and IX. Essentially, that means that the intention is for Johnson to take the baton from JJ Abrams, who has gotten the space franchise off the ground and is right now helming Episode VII. 
I don’t know too much more at this point, but it is in keeping with Disney and Lucasfilm’s strategy of entrusting the venerable franchise to the best and brightest writers and directors, including the spinoff films that are being directed by Chronicle‘s Josh Trank and Godzilla‘s Gareth Edwards.” (via deadline)
Well, he wrote and directed Brick,The Brothers Bloom and Looper, all of which I loved and also directed episodes from Terriers and Breaking Bad (also on my favorite tv series list) So I am quite hopeful of these movies. 
His only comment so far:

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'Star Wars': Rian Johnson Writing & Directing Next Two Movies
"Rarely have I seen the revival of a film franchise stir so much fervor as Star Wars, among hot young filmmakers who grew up loving George Lucas’ original film trilogy.
In a bombshell move, I’m told that Lucasfilm is making a deal with Looper writer-director Rian Johnson to write and direct Star Wars Episodes VIII and IX. Essentially, that means that the intention is for Johnson to take the baton from JJ Abrams, who has gotten the space franchise off the ground and is right now helming Episode VII. 
I don’t know too much more at this point, but it is in keeping with Disney and Lucasfilm’s strategy of entrusting the venerable franchise to the best and brightest writers and directors, including the spinoff films that are being directed by Chronicle‘s Josh Trank and Godzilla‘s Gareth Edwards.” (via deadline)
Well, he wrote and directed Brick,The Brothers Bloom and Looper, all of which I loved and also directed episodes from Terriers and Breaking Bad (also on my favorite tv series list) So I am quite hopeful of these movies. 
His only comment so far:

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'Star Wars': Rian Johnson Writing & Directing Next Two Movies
"Rarely have I seen the revival of a film franchise stir so much fervor as Star Wars, among hot young filmmakers who grew up loving George Lucas’ original film trilogy.
In a bombshell move, I’m told that Lucasfilm is making a deal with Looper writer-director Rian Johnson to write and direct Star Wars Episodes VIII and IX. Essentially, that means that the intention is for Johnson to take the baton from JJ Abrams, who has gotten the space franchise off the ground and is right now helming Episode VII. 
I don’t know too much more at this point, but it is in keeping with Disney and Lucasfilm’s strategy of entrusting the venerable franchise to the best and brightest writers and directors, including the spinoff films that are being directed by Chronicle‘s Josh Trank and Godzilla‘s Gareth Edwards.” (via deadline)
Well, he wrote and directed Brick,The Brothers Bloom and Looper, all of which I loved and also directed episodes from Terriers and Breaking Bad (also on my favorite tv series list) So I am quite hopeful of these movies. 
His only comment so far:

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'Star Wars': Rian Johnson Writing & Directing Next Two Movies

"Rarely have I seen the revival of a film franchise stir so much fervor as Star Wars, among hot young filmmakers who grew up loving George Lucas’ original film trilogy.

In a bombshell move, I’m told that Lucasfilm is making a deal with Looper writer-director Rian Johnson to write and direct Star Wars Episodes VIII and IX. Essentially, that means that the intention is for Johnson to take the baton from JJ Abrams, who has gotten the space franchise off the ground and is right now helming Episode VII.

I don’t know too much more at this point, but it is in keeping with Disney and Lucasfilm’s strategy of entrusting the venerable franchise to the best and brightest writers and directors, including the spinoff films that are being directed by Chronicle‘s Josh Trank and Godzilla‘s Gareth Edwards.” (via deadline)

Well, he wrote and directed Brick,The Brothers Bloom and Looper, all of which I loved and also directed episodes from Terriers and Breaking Bad (also on my favorite tv series list) So I am quite hopeful of these movies. 

His only comment so far:

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    I am so excited about this you guys! I love Rian Johnson!