Star Wars boss offers update on future of movies


Star wars Boss Kathleen Kennedy opened up about the future of the franchise on the big screen.

Now that the Skywalker saga is over, and The Mandalorian tells fans until the next movie inevitably arrives, the president of Lucasfilm has revealed that the team is keen to “take a step back and really absorb what George [Lucas] created “before officially starting to work on anything else.”

“That’s what we did, and we had a lot of fun doing it and meeting a lot of different filmmakers and talent,” she said recently. The Wrap.

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“There are so many fans out there and so many filmmakers who have been influenced by Star wars for so long it’s been a fantastic opportunity to get a feel for who wants to be a part of it. ”

“Stories have been told in this universe over the past 40 years,” she continued. “And you realize now that it’s a mythology that spans about 25,000 years… When you really start looking at all the different stories that have been told, whether in books and in games. “

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Disney currently has a number of Star wars aligned images, with a series to be written and produced by Thor: RagnarokTaika Waititi – slated for 2025. In the meantime, however, Kennedy believes the focus should be on the series’ in-depth efforts on the small screen.

“The ability to be very character-driven, with extended storytelling and connected storytelling,” she added. I think this space gives us a great opportunity to do that. ”

The Mandalorian, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker and the entire Skywalker saga are available on DVD, Blu Ray and 4K now, as well as on Disney +, while Rise of Skywalker is also on Sky Cinema Premiere and NOW TV.

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