Star Wars Rogue Squadron has been postponed (and there’s bad news)

The return to the cinema of Star Wars was expected in 2023, with the film directed by Patty Jenkins (Wonder Woman) focused on the legendary Rogue Squadron, loosely based on the novels of Bantam Spectra and Del Rey dedicated to X-Wing pilots, the now famous fighters supplied to the Resistance. Apparently, however, bad news has arrived about the release of the new film dedicated to the franchise created by George Lucas.

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According to The Hollywood Reporter (here the original news), the film was removed from Disney’s production schedule due to the director’s various other commitments, resulting therefore postponed indefinitely. Among others, too Wonder Woman 3, which was supposed to start production later Rogue Squadron but which apparently will have priority. This does not necessarily mean that the film has been canceled, just as it cannot be excluded that a compromise may soon be found to be able to comply with the release no later than December 2023. It is also true that Patty Jenkins also has a film about the queen is scheduled Cleopatra, with Gal Gadot in the role of the protagonist.

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The name of the screenwriter who is dealing with the story of the film is in any case Matthew Robinson, author – together with Ricky Gervais – of the comedy The first of the liars. Rogue Squadron it will also not be an adaptation of the video game of the same name produced by EA, Rogue Squadrons (here at a special price), as Patty Jenkins’ original idea was to pay homage to her father’s milestone career. Recall that after Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, the last chapter of the new trilogy released in 2019 (here on special offer), Disney’s plans for the franchise have changed dramatically, in favor of a large number of TV series: Star Wars it should in any case return to the cinema thanks to the new project by Taika Waititi (director of Thor: Ragnarok) as well as another project produced by Kevin Feige and written by Michael Waldron (Loki).

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