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Rogue Squadron Delayed: Will There Ever Be a New Star Wars Movie?

by Stewart Cole

The third stand-alone release for Diana of Themyscira is currently in the works, with the classic TV show Wonder Woman Lynda Carter confirmed that he returned as Stars, despite the lukewarm criticism and the response of the fans to last year Wonder Woman 1984, which was released by Warner Bros. Pictures simultaneously on HBO Max and in theaters during last winter’s pandemic. It is possible that Jenkins will turn her attention Wonder Woman 3 Next.

The biggest issue is that with its postponement Rogue Squadron – which currently retains the release date of 22 December 2023, although the release dates had to be abandoned – Disney and Lucasfilm have no other choice Star Wars theatrical features fixed in the release schedule. And there has been nothing new Star Wars movie in cinemas since The rise of Skywalker crashed and burned in December 2019.

We have not heard much about news Star Wars adventures that are said to have been developed both by Marvel King Kevin Feige and by Thor: Love and Thunder director Taika Waititi. No movies have confirmed release dates, although the scripts are currently being written. Meanwhile, an entire film trilogy is reportedly being developed by The Last Jedi Director Rian Johnson is almost gone. Another fresh epic that was once planned to be done with the spearhead Game of Thrones The shows of David Benioff and D.B. Weiss also came to mind when the couple parted ways with the studio.

All this leaves the cinematic side Star Wars in an uncertain place. It may well be five or six years before we get back to the movies watching a new episode set in the galaxy far, far away – and that is if Waititi and / or Feige’s films hit the ground running…

If in fact Jenkins does not return to try her luck with Star Wars in the universe, can at least be comforted by joining some elite creative company. Meanwhile, this universe is thriving on the small screen, with The book by Boba Fett, season 3 of The Mandalorian, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Andor, and Αχσόκα all in the making, while Disney + Day this Friday (November 12th) may reveal more new works on the street.

Watch the full schedule of upcoming Star Wars movies and TV series here.

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