From Dagobah, he is from and to future installment, he will feature in. For a short green alien whose hundreds of years old he will be seen a lot with the continuance of the cinematic Star Wars universe. The franchise has its newest director, but who will play the wisest Jedi of all.
If it’s not broken, why fix it? So, why not the original voice actor, Frank Oz? Having played the role for five out of six of these blockbusters, Oz is willing to provide the voice. “He’s in my heart,” said Oz. “I know Yoda very deeply.”
These possibilities where opened up with the announcement that there will be spin-off movies, this is according to Disney Chairman and CEO Bob Iger. There are a variety of characters which this can possibly work for. Maybe for example, an R2D2/ C3PO animation feature from the studio that created “Wall-E.” But, there are also rumors for a young Han Solo or Boba Fett spectacle. The fan-favorite Yoda is a possibility, especially given the supreme recognition he has in spite of being a non-human character.
Though Oz is completely interested in becoming Yoda for future installments, he might have competition in his “Star Wars: The Clone Wars” cartoon counterpart of Tom Kane.
Fans would love to have his voice back, but the heyday of his puppetry will be over with the shift in new technology. “The future of Yoda is likely in CGI, as he was rendered in ‘Attack of the Clones’ and ‘Revenge of the Sith,’” says Oz. This is especially true given the fight with Count Dooku and the Emperor. “I think it depends on the story, but I think at this point you can’t go back to the puppet. The reason George [Lucas] did the CGI, which I supported, was that he wanted to tell a story that would have been hampered by the physical limitations of the puppet.”
This seventh Star Wars will be directed by J.J. Abrams and is promising a 2015 return.
Source: Hero Complex