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Multiple Star Wars projects have been cancelled

Richard Lee Breslin

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Multiple Star Wars projects have been cancelled

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Multiple Star Wars projects have been cancelled, according to a recent report.

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As revealed by Variety, the alleged cancelled projects include Star Wars movies from Kevin Feige (MCU chief) and Patty Jenkins (Wonder Woman). Patty Jenkins was in charge of a Star Wars Rogue Squadron movie which was announced back in 2020. The film would have seen Jenkins write and direct the project. Previously, it was reported in 2021 that the Rogue Squadron movie was delayed indefinitely, but now it seems it’s been cancelled permanently.

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This might come as disappointing news for fans of the classic Nintendo GameCube series of the same name. It is claimed that the Rogue Squadron movie would've been released sometime around December 2023 if all had gone to plan.

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As for Kevin Feige, all we know is that he would have produced a Star Wars movie and it would have been written by Michael Waldron (Loki). No other details have been shared at this time. I do like the idea of a Kevin Feige-produced Star Wars movie, so this news is disappointing to say the least.

However, one apparent Star Wars movie that has not been cancelled is from Taika Waititi, who not only directed Thor: Love and Thunder but also played the lovable Korg in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It is reported that Waititi is not only directing the live-action movie but is starring in it too.

In related news, developers Aspyr previously told fans that a Star Wars: Roque Squadron remaster could happen, as long people want it. In case you didn't know, Aspyr handled the Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic ports on Nintendo Switch.

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What’s more, the team were also handling the Knights of the Old Republic remake for PC and PS5. However, rumours of troubled development sparked reports that the project was handed over to a new studio.

Topics: Disney, Star Wars, TV And Film

Richard Lee Breslin
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