Will Kevin Feige fix Star Wars?

When it comes to announcing movies and series, the Star Wars brand is stronger than ever. It’s just silly that most of these big reports have been out of date for eternity and are accompanied by countless rumors that everything has already been scrapped before the actual launch shot. Would you like some examples? Sometimes a trilogy was planned by the producers of Game of Thrones David Benioff and DB Weiss that would never see the light of day. The planned Star Wars trilogy by the director of “The Last Jedi” and “Knives Out” Rian Johnson is not that bad, but similarly problematic – the project is said to be still planned after the big fan protests around Episode 8 keep silent disturbingly about the series .

Clearly things are much better for Kevin Feige – and not just with the myriad MCU heroes: Marvel Master has also been entrusted with Lucas Arts director’s Kathleen Kennedy’s upcoming Star Wars film. He seems to be making progress, albeit slowly.

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In an interview with Variety, screenwriter Michael Waldron (“Loki”, “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness”, “Rick and Morty”) talked about the upcoming movie and at least hinted at what to expect from it – and there is “A New Hope” for an insanely huge cinema brand that has been fighting for years, at least on the big screen, to create new stars in a fantastic sky.

“After all, we take it seriously”according to Waldron. “I mean, I just start writing. It’s great fun. I like to be free to do something that isn’t necessarily a sequel or something. Could have a little less – there are just not many TV shows and movies you need to keep up to date, such as Doctor Strange. It is really nice. It’s like fresh exercise.

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