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FutureStarrStar Wars Future Releases
There’s a brand new anthology of Star Wars stories coming soon, but don’t worry if you haven’t read the previous stories: NASA has converted them into short films.
The end of the Skywalker Saga doesn’t mean the end of the story of the galaxy far, far away. It means countless new possibilities, both on the big and small screens. In fact, Disney has already announced more than a dozen live-action and animated projects that explore other corners of the Star Wars universe, from adventures starring the brave X-wing pilots and clone troopers on the front lines of countless wars to tales of bounty hunters and even the Sith. And plenty more in between!
Wonder Woman‘s Patty Jenkins was announced as the movie’s director, making her the first woman to helm a Star Wars movie, but recent reports suggest Jenkins’ busy schedule with Wonder Woman 3 and other projects could see her exit the project. Other outlets claim the real culprit is “creative differences” with Lucasfilm over the movie’s script. Whatever the case, the movie has yet to set a production date, which could mean Rogue Squadron won’t hit its 2023 release date. (Source: www.denofgeek.com)
As far as we know, The Last Jedi director Rian Johnson is still working on his own Star Wars trilogy. All we know about these movies is that they will take place in previously unexplored areas of the Star Wars universe, and will kick off a brand new saga of films completely unrelated to the Skywalker story. We wrote in more detail about what that might mean for the franchise right here.
With “The Bad Batch” now available on Disney Plus, a new, even larger wave of “Star Wars” content is starting to roll out onto streaming and into theaters. “The Mandalorian” serves as the foundation for a connected series of upcoming spin-offs such as “The Book of Boba Fett,” “Ahsoka” and “Rangers of the New Republic” that will all lead to a climactic story event. Ewan McGregor will be reprising his role as Obi-Wan Kenobi in his own limited series, while Cassian Andor from “Rogue One” and Lando Calrissian from “Solo” will have their own respective time in the spotlight. On the theatrical side, Patty Jenkins, Taika Waititi, Rian Johnson, Kevin Feige and J.D. Dillard are all developing their own films. (Source: variety.com)