According to reports, Rogue Squadron has been postponed indefinitely.The next Star Wars movie is from Wonder Woman Director Patty Jenkins was originally scheduled to enter pre-production at the end of 2021 and start filming sometime in 2022. But according to trade reports, the production plan for “Rogue Squadron” has now been completely cancelled.According to reports, this is due to Jenkins’s schedule and previous commitments-including those led by Gal Gadot Cleopatra, Jenkins signed a few months before Disney announced Rogue Squadron. Despite this, Rogue Squadron still sticks to its December 2023 release date.

The Hollywood Reporter first reported the delay in the production of Rogue Squadron, the first Star Wars movie since the disappointing ending of The Legend of Skywalker in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. Half an hour later, Deadline confirmed the news and pointed out that Rogue Squadron had not yet begun to cast. People familiar with the matter told THR that the producers and producers of Rogue Squadron realized that Jenkins’ schedule did not make room for the next Star Wars movie to be shot in 2022. “Hopefully, once Jenkins fulfills her previous promise, she will be able to return to the project,” THR concluded, may cause long delays.

I didn’t expect this delay to be a bit funny to me.We have known since December last year that Jenkins has three special projects on her dock: the above Cleopatra Paramount Pictures, Lucas Pictures and Disney’s Rogue Squadron, and Gadot’s Wonder Woman 3. THR pointed out that Jenkins and writer Matthew Robinson (Love and Monsters) have developed “Rogue Squadron” for “more than a year”, means that Star Wars movies have been produced even before the news. Cleopatra And Wonder Woman 3 is broken. It is impossible for Jenkins to manage three big movies at the same time-all of them are directed by her herself.

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Although Rogue Squadron currently on its release date close to Christmas 2023, it is always possible that another Star Wars movie will replace it.Thor: Ragnarok director Taika Wititi is developing a work he is also co-authoring with 1917 With writer Christie Wilson-Keynes in Soho last night. Marvel and Lucasfilm presidents Kevin Fitch and Katherine Kennedy are collaborating on another idea.Another Star Wars movie is being directed by Slight director JD Dillard and Luk Cage Writer Matt Owens. Of course, “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” screenwriter and director Rian Johnson has a brand new trilogy in his hands that is still being performed as of February this year.

In addition to the December 2023 date, Disney has also scheduled two other Star Wars movies in December 2025 and December 2027.

At the same time, the future of the Star Wars series is brighter. The Book of Boba Fett-known internally as The Mandalorian Season 2.5-began to expand the franchise in late December.Followed by the prequel series Obi-Wan Kenobi Ivan McGregor and Hayden Christensen as Anakin Skywalker/Darth Vader, a spin-off of Rogue One led by Diego Luna Andorra, And Season 3 of The Mandalorian in 2022. Three other series are also under development: Asoka with Rosario Dawson and Christensen, High Republic has set up followers from the Russian doll Leslye Headland, and Lando About Rando Carrisin from Dear White Justin Simeon.

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Akhil Arora covers entertainment for TechnologyShout, interviews stars such as Christian Bale and Anurag Kashyap, reports on global series premieres, product and service releases, and examines American blockbusters and Indian dramas from a global sociopolitical and feminist perspective. As a Rotten Tomatoes certified film critic, Akhil has reviewed more than 150 movies and TV shows on TechnologyShout in more than 5 years.

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