In a surprise move, Disney and Marvel have joined forces to create a movie that takes place entirely in the MCU.
Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War and Lucasfilm’s Rogue One: A Star Wars Story will be produced by Lucasfilm, and Disney will produce the upcoming Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
While the exact details of the film remain a mystery, Disney will be producing two films, the first of which is a film in the Star Wars universe.
Disney’s first foray into the MCUs universe comes just one year after Disney released the first Star Wars movie, Rogue One, which introduced a brand new villain, Darth Vader, who became one of the most popular characters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
That film introduced a character called Darth Vader who also was an antagonist to Captain America.
The next film in that franchise, Rogue Two, also introduced a new villain in the form of Rey, who was voiced by Scarlett Johansson.
The first film in both the Marvel and Disney universes has been one of Lucasfilm films that has had a great deal of success.
Star Wars and the rest of the MCG franchises have enjoyed tremendous success.
Disney is the biggest studio in the world and is the undisputed leader in the film business.
The film is a massive success, with the film grossing $1.7 billion worldwide, according to Box Office Mojo.
The third film in this Star Wars trilogy, The Last Hero, which was released last year, also came out with an incredible $1 billion worldwide gross.
This movie is set in the aftermath of the destruction of Starkiller Base by Thanos, the Thanos of the universe.
The Last hero film also featured a significant number of new characters that were not seen in the other films in the franchise, including a character named Yoda, a character known for being an anti-hero in the comics.
The films follow two young heroes, Han Solo and Luke Skywalker, as they discover the truth about their past and the existence of a force that is calling them together to save the galaxy from the threat of Thanos.