Patty Jenkins attends TNT’s “I Am The Night” FYC Event on May 9, 2019 in North Hollywood, California.
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The subsequent installment in Star Wars’ large display screen franchise has been delayed, according to a report from the Hollywood Reporter.
“Rogue Squadron,” which was slated for launch on Dec 22, 2023, has been faraway from the calendar as a consequence of points with director Patty Jenkins’ schedule, the publication mentioned Monday.
Jenkins and author Matthew Robinson, alongside Disney’s Lucasfilm, have been creating the brand new title for over a 12 months. The preliminary aim was to begin manufacturing of the mission subsequent 12 months. However, sources instructed The Hollywood Reporter that Jenkins’ commitments to different initiatives would not enable for the manufacturing of “Rogue Squadron” inside that timeframe. Jenkins is at the moment engaged on Warner Bros.’ third Wonder Woman film and a Cleopatra characteristic for Paramount.
Disney introduced Jenkins’ involvement with the image at an investor day final 12 months. “Rogue Squadron” was anticipated to be the primary theatrical Star Wars launch since 2019’s “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.”
It’s unclear what path Lucasfilm will take with future movies, because it has a number of in improvement, together with one from Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige and one from acclaimed director Taika Waititi. Additionally, Rian Johnson, who wrote and directed 2017’s “Star Wars: The Last Jedi,” is reportedly nonetheless engaged on a standalone trilogy set inside the Star Wars universe.
For now, plainly the way forward for Star Wars will stay on Disney+. Alongside “The Mandalorian,” “The Bad Batch” and “Star Wars: Visions,” the manufacturing firm is about to launch “The Book of Boba Fett” in December and it has a live-action collection that includes Obi-Wan Kenobi, Cassian Andor and Ahsoka Tano within the works.