Oscar-winning Jojo Rabbit screenwriter Taika Waititi will direct and co-write a new Star Wars feature film for theatres.
A new Star Wars series for streaming service Disney+ also is in development from Russian Doll writer Leslye Headland, Walt Disney Co says.
No release dates for either project were announced.
Disney had paused its development of Star Wars movies after the December 2019 release of The Rise of Skywalker, the ninth installment in the saga that began with George Lucas's original 1977 film.
Rise of Skywalker sold nearly $US1.1 billion ($A1.7 billion) worth of tickets worldwide but was the lowest-grossing film of the three Star Wars movies released by Disney since 2015.
Krysty Wilson-Cairns, co-writer of the Oscar-nominated movie 1917, will write the new Star Wars film with Waititi.
The company announced the news on May 4, a day celebrated annually by Star Wars fans in a nod to the phrase "May the force be with you".
The new projects add to the list of programming in the works from the galaxy of Star Wars, one of Disney's major franchises.
Disney previously announced a second season of Disney+ series The Mandalorian and two other streaming series.
One is based on the life of Cassian Andor prior to the movie Rogue One, and another stars Ewan McGregor as Jedi master Obi-Wan Kenobi.