Star Wars follow-up: Is the director still expected to take over?

Since “Game of Thrones” producer D. B. Weiss and David Benioff left the Star Wars project because of a schedule. The successor to Star Wars has become the most concerned and anticipated issue for fans around the world. Ryan Johnson, who has successfully directed Star Wars: The Last Jedi, is still hopeful of becoming the star-studded star, according to media reports.


In an interview, Ryan Johnson said: “We’re still in contact with Lucasfilm, wait and see.” There’s nothing to say right now. “Although Ryan Johnson didn’t say anything clear, it’s not hard to see from his statement that he still has hope of returning to the Star Wars world. In particular, he has successfully directed Star Wars 8: The Last Jedi, and is a familiar one. So getting him back into Star Wars is a good attempt.

In fact, D. B. Weiss and David Benioff left the Star Wars project. Earlier, it was reported that D. B. Weiss and David Benioff or the entire script for the Star Wars trilogy. It later became that it would only “write a script for at least one of these films”. So presumably, their decision to pull out of star wars may have been premature.

According to previous reports, after Star Wars 9, Star Wars will end, the story will start again. While this has left many veteran Star Wars fans in the dark, in the new era, the film needs new leaders.

It is understood that the story of Star Wars 9 will take place after The Last Jedi. This time difference was enough for the rebels to regroup and continue to resist the first order. It’s a great choice to cut straight into the story. In The Last Jedi, Skywalker Luke exhausts his force and dies. So, the next Star Wars story, has nothing to do with the Skywalker family, so setting a time difference is also a good choice. Producers, screenwriters, directors and actors can get rid of the settings of star wars before, and start a new Era of Star Wars.

Currently, according to Disney’s plan, the new Star Wars film will be released in 2022, 2024 and 2026.

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