Oscar Isaac recently spoke about “Star Wars: Episode IX” following the conclusion of the production. He promised that fans will be “blown away” while seemingly hinting of the fate of his character Poe Dameron, as well as Daisy Ridley’s Rey and John Boyega’s Finn.

“It was the most fun it's been. There was just an energy and a looseness and excitement to the whole production,” Isaac shared to Associated Press. “And knowing that this was the conclusion of not only our time there but the nine stories, these nine episodes of the Skywalker Saga, it's incredible. And I think people are gonna be just blown away,” he concluded.

His statement not only gave fans more reasons to be excited, but it also offered some insight on what to expect in “Star Wars: Episode IX.” As expected, the Skywalkers will still be the focus of this film, but their story will come to an end.

It is only fitting that Luke Skywalker and Lando Calrissian will be back, as well as Princess Leia, the character played by the late Carrie Fisher. Whether or not this will be the last time Isaac’s Poe and the other sequel trilogy characters will grace the movie screens remains to be seen.

What’s sure at the moment is that Disney is keen on further exploring the galaxy far, far away. There are two trilogies in the works at the moment. One is by “Game Of Thrones” creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss. The other is by “The Last Jedi” writer and director Rian Johnson. A new live-action television series called “The Mandalorian” is also on the way.

The “Star Wars” fanbase remains divided after “The Last Jedi,” but Isaac and director J.J. Abrams hope it won't be after “Star Wars: Episode IX.” As a result, there is a lot riding on the film’s success. Not only does it have to draw the sequel trilogy to a close in a way that celebrates the franchise’s legacy and send off the characters that fans have followed for over 40 years, but it will also have to win back fans who left after “The Last Jedi.”

In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Abrams said that while the trilogy capper will not “correct” the previous film, he is proud of the passion and hard work that went into the project. He hopes that fans will see and appreciate their efforts when they come to watch the film on cinemas in December.

“I really can't wait for you to see it,” Abrams said. “There are a lot of words that we all hope that you'll feel and, obviously, the biggest, most important one, I think, is satisfied,” he went on to say.

“Star Wars: Episode IX” will hit the theaters on December 20.