John Boyega has finished his role as a resistance leader and ex-Stormtrooper Finn in the new “Star Wars” trilogy. Now, Boyega has teamed up with Netflix, using the banner of his production company UpperRoom Productions, to begin creating Africa-focused content for the streaming service.

Boyega, who is the son of British Nigerian parents, has officially signed a deal with Netflix to create several projects focusing on East and West Africa. The projects will have a "specific focus" on non-english content and will be mostly centered around Nigeria and Egypt, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Boyega and UpperRoom Productions’ Netflix deal is to create three feature film projects over the course of several years: two from Nigeria and one from Egypt, to coincide with both Boyega and UpperRoom’s VP of productions Yara Shaikh's heritage. These projects are reportedly the first that the new production company will tackle since Boyega originally conceived the company to go alongside is his first producer role on “Pacific Rim: Uprising.”

Boyega took to Twitter on Tuesday following the official announcement to spread the word to his own fanbase.

"I am thrilled to partner with Netflix to develop a slate of non-English language feature films focused on African stories and my team and I are excited to develop original material,” Boyega said in his statement. “We are proud to grow this arm of our business with a company that shares our vision.”

Following the December 2019 release of “Star Wars Episode IX - The Rise of Skywalker,” Boyega has at least two other acting roles line up. He’s starring in called “Naked Singularity,” a film is based on the 2008 novel by Sergio De La Pava, which follows a New York attorney who’s never lost a case. Not much else is known of the film adaptation aside from the cast. The actor has also been cast as the lead in Netflix’s “Rebel Ridge.”

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John Boyega arrived at the “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” premiere seemingly unfazed despite the snow storm in Atlanta. Pictured: Boyega attends the premiere of Disney Pictures and Lucasfilm’s “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” at The Shrine Auditorium on Dec. 9, 2017 in Los Angeles. Getty Images/Matt Winkelmeyer