Star Wars: Trilogy by director Rian Johnson probably canceled

It was only on Tuesday that we reported that Lucasfilm and director Patty Jenkins currently have creative differences when it comes to the film Star Wars: Rogue Squadron goes. The result: the project will probably not be shown in cinemas in December 2023 as planned.

According to current reports, there also seem to be problems with the Trilogy by director Rian Johnson admit.

Star Wars von Ryan Johnson gecancelt?

It’s been four years since those in charge of the sci-fi saga announced a brand new trilogy to be designed by director Rian Johnson. Since then, however, nothing has been heard from the Star Wars project. Matthew Beloni (editor at Hollywood Reporter) now claims that there were creative differences here too.

After Johnson’s episode 8 “The Last Jedi” was received controversially, parts of the fans repeatedly criticized Lucasfilm’s plans to entrust the director with a complete trilogy.

Which Star Wars films are still to come?

The Johnson trilogy wouldn’t be the only project that Lucasfilm last set. The trilogy of the Game of Thrones makers was also put on hold some time ago. At the moment, new films are planned in theaters for December 2023, December 2025 and December 2027.

Among other things, works Marvel President Kevin Feige currently on a project in the sci-fi universe. There are rumors here that Eternals director ChloĆ© Zhao should be on board. At the same time, a film by Taika Waititi is also in the works. Director JD Dillard is also said to be working on a project – but it is still unclear whether the film will be released in theaters or on Disney +.

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