New movies within the Star Wars collection from Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige and Black Widow director Patty Jenkins seem to have been completely shelved, with one other venture from actor-director Taika Waititi now wanting extra seemingly, according to a report in Variety.
Jenkins’ venture, generally known as Rogue Squadron, was first announced by Disney in December 2020 as a standalone movie about “a brand new era of starfighter pilots … in a boundary-pushing, high-speed thrill-ride”; it was meant for launch in 2023 however has since encountered a collection of delays. In November 2021, it was reported that manufacturing was delayed resulting from Jenkins’ commitments elsewhere, and removed from Disney’s release schedule in September 2022.
In December 2022, Jenkins said on social media that, after the cancellation of Marvel Lady 3, Rogue Squadron was “in lively growth”. Nonetheless Selection quotes “sources with information of the manufacturing” that the movie is now not in lively growth on the studio.
A projected Star Wars movie from Feige can also be now not on the playing cards. Reports first emerged in 2019 that the president of the Disney-owned Marvel Studios was engaged on a venture with Kathleen Kennedy, president of Star Wars producers Lucasfilm. In 2021 Variety reported that Loki author Michael Waldron had been employed to produced a script, with Waldron saying in June 2022 that he was “into it in earnest”.
Nonetheless, Selection now experiences that Feige and Waldron’s commitment to Marvel and the Avengers: Secret Wars movie (projected for launch in 2026) has meant their Star Wars movie is, like Rogue Squadron, now not in lively growth.
With no reside motion Star Wars movies since The Rise of Skywalker in 2019, Waititi’s venture, first announced in 2020, is a powerful contender to be the subsequent within the collection to go earlier than the digicam. Having labored as a director on the profitable TV collection The Mandalorian, Waititi was introduced to be engaged on a script with 1917 co-writer Krysty Wilson-Cairns. Few particulars of the venture have emerged, however in June 2022 Kennedy said Lucasfilm had been seeking to launch it in “late 2023”.
A “secret” Star Wars film, directed by Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy and written by Damon Lindelof and Justin Britt-Gibson, can also be within the works.