Rumors circulated from the scooper on Tuesday Jeff Snyder This suggests that Lucasfilm and studio president Kathleen Kennedy are in the process of planning a more concrete roadmap for the future of the Star Wars movie franchise.
Lucasfilm has put the “Star Wars” franchise in the same position that Paramount still finds with the “Star Trek” franchise. On television, many of the series currently airing and the most recent series (Strange New Worlds, Andor) are among the most acclaimed and thriving to date.
When it comes to movies, both franchises seem stuck in neutral and unsure where to turn next. There have been some ambitious talks and even a few names associated with projects in development, but some projects have been scrapped or sidelined and nothing has been decided yet.
Cut to this week, reports suggest the film drought may be over, as Snyder claimed hot mic Lucasfilm plans the future of Star Wars for the next five years:
“I think there’s a lot of exciting stuff coming out on the feature side of Lucasfilm … but especially on the Star Wars side, the conscious decision to pivot to TV for a while and actually establish Disney+. I think it was a decision… I’ll tell you a few different stories, but obviously fans will have to be patient because we won’t see anything like this until 2025. But as I understand As they say, Kathleen plans the next five years. 26 and 2027 slates. We don’t know what they are yet. ”
This is a continuation of the following report. pack news A few weeks ago, it showed there was a “culture of fear and indecision” among Lucasfilm’s top brass, as the studio is determined to “get it right” with its next film. , it’s taking time.
There’s certainly more movement in this area than in years past, and Damon Lindelof’s film is said to be Lucasfilm’s “top priority.”
A change in Disney’s management, with Bob Iger returning to lead roles and replacing Bob Chapek, is seen as a good thing when it comes to the future of the “Star Wars” franchise.
Lucasfilm will be hosting panels for both ‘Indiana Jones 5’ and ‘The Mandalorian’ at its CCXP event in Brazil, with officials interviewing them and potentially providing updates or at least a little bit of information. I have. more clearly.