The hype is still building for Star Wars: The Last Jedi (also known as "Episode VIII"), but Disney and Lucasfilm want you to know that if it's up to them, you will be watching Star Wars movies until the day you die.
If you don't want to wait a full two years between The Last Jedi and the still-untitled Episode IX, you're in luck: The ninth entry in the Skywalker saga is scheduled to hit theaters on May 24, 2019. It's being directed by Colin Trevorrow and will "close out the third Star Wars trilogy."
But if you're not into space operas or if the only reason you liked Star Wars was because of Harrison Ford, don't fret. Lucasfilm also announced the release date for the fifth Indiana Jones movie: July 10, 2020. Steven Spielberg, as usual, will direct, and Harrison Ford will wear the hat again.