THREE new live-action movies are on the way
war of stars Fans were treated to some major news on Friday with the announcement of no fewer than three new live-action movies that are in the works.
Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy revealed tantalizing details about the upcoming projects at the Star Wars Celebration event in London, with the new stories set to span the entire timeline of the series’ universe.
Among the first live action war of stars Movies arriving on the big screen since 2019 The Rise of Skywalker will be a film that follows Daisy Ridley’s character Rey as she sets out to found a new Jedi order. The film that will follow the events of The Rise of Skywalkershould be directed by Mrs Miracle Director Sharmeen Obaid Chinoy. The Oscar-winning filmmaker will become the first woman and person of color to direct a film war of stars Movie.
James Mangold (logan) and Dave Filoni (The Mandalorian). Mangold’s film will “go back to the beginnings of the Jedi,” while Filoni’s film “focuses on the New Republic and completes the interconnected stories told in the story The Mandalorian, The book by Boba Fett, Ahsoka, and other Disney+ series,” read a press release.
“We came up with an incredible story about the beginning of power 25,000 years ago,” Mangold said of his film The Wrap reports. Release dates for the three films are yet to be announced.
In addition to the live-action films, there is a teaser trailer for AhsokaA Mandalorian The spin-off series is set to premiere on Disney+ in August. The show follows Rosario Dawson’s Padawan character Ahsoka Tano, a former apprentice of Anakin Skywalker.
The coming installments in the war of stars Movie canon come after several Death Star-sized setbacks. Obaid-Chinoy’s film is based on a screenplay by Peaky Blinders Creator Steven Knight based on original screenwriter David Lindelof (Lost, Warden) and Justin Britt Gibson (counterpart), left the project in February.
Another film with the title Star Wars: Rogue Squadron was also removed from Disney’s roster in September, despite an original release date of December 2023. The film that would have been the first live-action big screen war of stars movie after The Rise of Skywalkershould by Patty Jenkins (wonder woman).
Last month, Variety reported that Jenkins’ film was “no longer in active development.” But an unrelated one war of stars Film with director and leading role Thor: Ragnarok Director Taika Waititi is reportedly a work in progress, with Shawn Levy still hanging on to another war of stars Movie after the release of dead pool 3 and the Netflix adaptation of All the light we can’t see.