The subsequent Star Wars film seems to have hit a snag. The Patty Jenkins-directed Star Wars: Rogue Squadron, initially slated to hit film theaters round on the finish of 2023, has been delayed, in response to a report from The Hollywood Reporter.
THR indicated that scheduling conflicts and different commitments are in charge for the delay, and that Rogue Squadron gained’t shoot subsequent 12 months, as beforehand deliberate. Jenkins’ different recognized directing obligations embrace a 3rd Surprise Lady film for Warner Bros. and a Cleopatra film for Paramount. Disney and Lucasfilm haven’t introduced a brand new date for the subsequent Star Wars movie, which might have been the primary to hit theaters since 2019’s Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.
Disney introduced Rogue Squadron in December 2020, with Jenkins and Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy describing the undertaking as a fighter-pilot film and set in a “future period” of the Star Wars galaxy. Jenkins instructed IGN in an interview final 12 months that her tackle Rogue Squadron — a Insurgent Alliance starfighter squadron based by Luke Skywalker — was an unique story “with nice affect from the video games and the books.”
Lucasfilm has not less than two different Star Wars movie initiatives within the works, together with one being led by writer-director Taika Waititi — who additionally has a really full movie slate — and one other being developed by Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige, neither of that are dated. Oh, and Rian Johnson is still theoretically attached to do something with Star Wars, however has two Knives Out sequels to finish.
A lot of Star Wars’ confirmed live-action future seems to be made for tv, with upcoming Disney Plus sequence based mostly on Boba Fett, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Ahsoka Tano, Lando Calrissian, and Cassian Andor.
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