While last year's hopes for a big screen announcement never materialized, recent reports suggest Lucasfilm will unveil its movie plans at this year's event.
But now, weeks away from Star Wars Celebration, a new report revealed which of these films is expected to arrive in this galaxy first.
Star Wars' Next Theatrical Endeavor
He went on to confirm that this film is "the one coming out December 2025." Disney's next untitled Star Wars film is slotted for a December 19, 2025 release.
Damon Lindelof penned the hit drama Lost and created the award-winning series Watchmen.
His film's director, Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy, directed two episodes of Ms. Marvel for Disney+.
When host John Rocha followed up, asking if Damon Lindelof's film is, in fact, the one he's hearing, Sneider replied, "100 million percent, yes."
Jeff Sneider also mentioned that this movie already has talent attached, a director (Obaid-Chinoy), and a script that's "by all accounts, done."
The Force Is Strong With This One
While Taika Waititi's film appears to be moving forward, little has been revealed or even rumored about his project.
On the other hand, in addition to all that Sneider shared in recent months about Lindelof's movie, The Hollywood Reporter claimed that the writer's film takes place after 2019's The Rise of Skywalker and "could" include sequel trilogy characters.
As further evidence, The Mandalorian's Jon Favreau recently confirmed that Star Wars is developing post-sequel trilogy stories.
It also makes Daisy Ridley's surprising Instagram story from Lucasfilm all the more interesting.
If this report proves to be true, Damon Lindelof and Obaid-Chinoy's Star Wars film will be the first to return to theaters after Lucasfilm's six-year absence.
Star Wars fans should expect to hear official confirmation at Star Wars Celebration in London which begins on April 7.