the film produced by Kevin Feige finally gives some (good) news

Screenwriter Michael Waldron has finally broken news of the Kevin Feige-produced Star Wars movie, which may have no connection to the previous films.

After the creation of the series. Loki and the writing of Doctor strange in the multiverse of madnessscreenwriter and producer Michael Waldron continues to gain ground at Disney, with whom he has signed a global agreement that allows him to escape the Marvel universe to join the Star Wars galaxy. In 2019, it was announced that Kevin Feige, aka the MCU kingpin, would be producing his first Star Wars movie, while Waldron joined the project in January 2021.

We know another who juggles between Marvel and Star Wars

Inevitably, the moment of writing the continuation of doctor strange, the Star Wars project has shown no signs of life. But now that his work on the Sam Raimi-directed film is complete, the screenwriter has confirmed that his development is off to a good start. Without giving a specific plot hint, he also clarified that it should have no connection to the Skywalker Saga or the upcoming Disney+ series, unlike Marvel’s interconnected model that tends to penalize the most ambitious productions:

We’re finally getting to it Really. I’m writing the script, it’s a lot of fun. I appreciate having the freedom to do something that doesn’t necessarily have a sequel or whatever. There are no connections to other movies and shows like I had with Doctor Strange 2. So that’s ok, another exercise.

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker: photo, Mark HamillGoodbye to the phantom threats of the past

the mandalorian and its Boba Fett spinoff primarily exposed lesser-known facets of existing Lore, including bringing back characters from the animated series. The Clone Wars Y rebels, while remaining attached to the icons of the universe. and other the acolytewhich must go back to the High Republic Era – that is, 200 years before the events of the phantom menace -, the other series will be so turned to the past with the return of Obi-Wan, Darth Vader, Lando, Andor or R2D2 and C3PO.

The future of the film franchise remains unclear with the false start of the rogue squad from Patty Jenkins, Taika Waititi’s ghost film and Rian Johnson’s stalled trilogy. But the promise of independent films, which do not force the script to open a thousand cumbersome parentheses for the needs of other films or series, is quite encouraging after the debacle of the last trilogy that failed to find a clear direction. Now it remains to be seen if the film will make it past the development stage and if the promise of a new chapter is fulfilled.


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