After Episode IX debuts in December, production will seemingly begin on standalone trilogies set in Star Wars universe from Game of Thrones creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss and The Last Jedi director Rian Johnson. New reports suggest Disney has the latter actually already has a production name.
According to Fantha Tracks, Disney has registered a production company that's expected to work on the first film of Rian Johnson's trilogy by the name of E&E Industries (UK) Limited.
While it isn't a working title per se, Johnson's Star Wars: The Last Jedi was registered under the company Space Bear Industries (UK) Limited, with the working title of "Space Bear." This doesn't mean that filming is close to commencing, but it indicates Lucasfilm is ready to employ staff under the banner of E&E Industries.
Recently, rumors suggested the future of Johnson's trilogy was in doubt, but he himself has since debunked those rumors. This isn't the first time it's been rumored Johnson was off the project. The director previously confirmed he was still working on the trilogy in September of last year.
The trilogy was announced by Lucasfilm and Disney in November of 2017 and is expected to tell a totally different story than the other three trilogies thus far. Previous reports suggested the first film would hit theaters in 2020 at the earliest.