last week Damon Lindelof Explain how difficult it is to write a file star Wars movie, and now it looks like it won’t deliver anything star Wars film. As an epic where star Wars Then, a new report said that both Lindelof and Justin Britt-Gibson have stepped away from the project, which is set to be directed by Charmaine Obaid-Chinoy and hit cinemas in December 2025. According to above the linethe movie is still aiming to start shooting early in 2024 in order to premiere in 2025, and it’s already got a new writer.
The report says that Lindelof and Brett Gibson submitted a rough draft of the script last month and appeared to exit the project after a few days. This likely explains why Lindelof was hesitant to say much when he appeared at SXSW recently. He said at the time:
“I’ll just say, for reasons I can’t get into on Sunday morning, on this day the degree of difficulty is very, very, very high. If it weren’t great, it shouldn’t be there. That’s all I’ll say, because I have the same attachment to it as you do, Which is the first movie I ever saw him sitting on my dad’s lap, four-year-old, May of 1977. I think it’s possible sometimes when you have something in such high regard and esteem that you start walking into the kitchen and just go, ‘Maybe you shouldn’t. I cook. Maybe I should just eat.” We’ll leave it at that point.
Are Star Wars movie expectations killing the franchise?
As has been proven many times, finding the right balance in a star Wars Film is something that sometimes seems impossible. while even Return of the Jedi Subject to some criticism, both the previous films and the sequel trilogy have been criticized as much as they are loved, with Rogue One It stands out from the crowd for being pretty much everything else star Wars Movies are not.
Recently, Lucasfilm star Wars Directing has been entirely focused on Disney+ shows such as The Mandalorian And Obi-Wan Kenobi, as well as a number of new animated shows. However, Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy made it clear that the film had a future star Wars are adventures on the big screen. The only problem seems to be getting someone on board to see it through.
Lately, the list of potential projects has been whittled down considerably, as offers from Kevin Feige, Patty Jenkins, and Rian Johnson seem to have been gathering dust. While somewhere in the background, Taika Waititi is reportedly still moving forward with his new script star Wars The story, whether it ever comes to be, is yet to be seen. For many fans of the franchise, this continues a long-running trend, with many potential projects coming and going and those that do get ripped apart by the fanbase. So the question now really has to be, does anyone really want to do business with star Wars project?