STAR WARS: EPISODE IX Wraps Principal Photography As Disney Announces "Triple Force Friday"

STAR WARS: EPISODE IX Wraps Principal Photography As Disney Announces "Triple Force Friday"

Although we still don't have an official title reveal, some social media posts have confirmed that filming for Star Wars: Episode IX has now wrapped. Plus, Disney has announced "Triple Force Friday"...

It looks like principal photography on Star Wars: Episode IX has indeed wrapped, as several social media posts from crew members at Pinewood Studios confirm. The attached images aren't terribly exciting - unless you're a big fan of Star Wars-themed cupcakes!

Fans are still anxiously awaiting a title reveal, but we shouldn't have too much longer to go before some kind of official announcement from either Lucasfilm or director J.J. Abrams.

In related news, Disney has announced that we'll get our first look at some merchandise from the movie during "Triple Force Friday" on October 4. The event will also give us a glimpse of some tie-in products for the first ever live-action Star Wars TV series, The Mandalorian.

Triple Force Friday, the latest in a tradition of Star Wars product launches, is set for October 4, Lucasfilm and Disney announced today. The event will see the debut of brand-new products inspired by three of the year’s biggest Star Wars releases, including:

The highly anticipated, final installment of the Skywalker saga, Star Wars: Episode IX

The first-ever Star Wars live-action series, The Mandalorian, set to debut exclusively on the upcoming streaming service, Disney+.

The latest title from EA and Respawn — Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order — a brand-new action-adventure game releasing holiday 2019

Products spanning categories from toys to collectibles, housewares, books, apparel, and more will go on sale beginning at 12:01 a.m. on October 4. As with past Force Friday celebrations, stores around the world will join the festivities with in-store events and midnight openings.
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