To the lament of Star Wars fans across the galaxy, Rian Johnson has confirmed he isn’t done with the franchise: “The Last Jedi” director took to Twitter on Wednesday to dispel the latest rumors, which claimed he was no longer attached to the new, fourth trilogy of movies shortly announced by Disney after the release of Episode VIII. JJ Abrams also revealed photography has wrapped on Episode IX Friday with a new cast photo; Oscar Isaac (Poe) appears to be relieved it's finally over. Johnson was of course hired to create an entirely new Star Wars trilogy after his work on Star Wars: The Last Jedi. He and Lucasfilm got along so well that they wanted to continue their partnership, and Johnson is lined up to write and direct at least the first installment of the new trilogy, which will take place in a new setting with new characters we’ve never met before in the Star Wars universe. He’s currently in the midst of plotting out the entire three-movie arc.