The actor, best known as the eleventh Doctor Who and as Prince Philip in the hit series The Crown, a still unknown role in the third and final part of the sequel trilogy.
Actor Matt Smith, who earlier in the skin crept from Doctor Who and Prince Philip in the series the Crown, takes his first steps in the Star Wars universe.
Smith gets a role in the latest installment in the sci-fi series, Episode IX, directed by J. J. Abrams, and join the other newcomers Keri Russell and Dominic Monaghan. Nothing is yet known about the role that the British actor will get it, but that he in addition to starring Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, Oscar Isaac, Mark Hamill, Adam Driver, and even the death of Carrie Fisher to see his is in any case already for sure.
Carrie Fisher passed away in 2016, but with the help of unused images, it is possible for her to play in the newest part of Star Wars. “At the end of knitting of the story of the Skywalkers without Fisher was impossible for us,” said Abrams in an interview with Variety.
The new film is the third and final part in the vervolgtrilogie, which chronologically follow on the original films from the ’70s. The film will be in december 2019 to see in the cinema.