Star Wars: Rian Johnson’s Trilogy (The Last Jedi) delayed because of Netflix?

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As we have noticed, Star Wars is now much more than a series of films, comics and a few series of animations, as qualitative as they are (or not). From now on, the license is progressing by mixing, in a coherent way, comics, Disney+ series, video games and films.

It goes without saying that the latest trilogy, The Force Awakens, The Last Jediand The Rise of Skywalker has divided. Episode VII has questioned, VIII has largely polarized fans, while the last episode has sometimes been mocked for staging ideas considered absurd and a “simplistic” scenario.

Upcoming projects in the coming months / years

But since then there has been The Mandalorian, The Book of Boba Fett, The Bad Batchand the series Obi-Wan Kenobi is on our doorstep. A little later, we will be entitled to a series on Ahsokato the series Andor, The Acolyteas well as the project Grammar Rodeo. But Disney and Lucasfilm are not forgetting the cinema, and several projects are underway. We will start with Taika Watiti’s film (Thor: Love and Thunder), then we will continue two years later with Rogue Squadrondirected by Patty Jenkins (Wonder Woman).

Rian Johnson’s ‘trilogy’ delayed due to competition

But if you’ve followed the evolution of the license, you’ve no doubt heard of the fact that Rian Johnson, director of Star Wars: The Last Jedihad to make a new trilogy At the movie theater. Although it has visibly fallen behind schedule, the project has not been abandoned at all, since Kathleen Kennedy, head of licensing for Disney, mentioned it in the latest issue of Vanity Fair. And for Kathleen Kenny, it’s because of netflix that Rian Johnson can’t handle new Star Wars movies right now. The director has indeed un extremely busy schedule with the SVOD platform, but the situation does not seem to create the slightest panic at Disney.

Rian has been incredibly busy with Knives Out and his contract with Netflix for several movies. I hesitate to use the term trilogy again because Star Wars is (now, editor’s note) much more of a continuous story.

We are therefore not sure to discover a trilogy as we heard it until then. Still, indeed, Rian Johnson must realize two suites at At Knives Out, with a consequent budget of 450 million dollars. HAS Knife Drawn 2 should land this fall on Netflix, on a date that remains unknown. It will therefore be necessary to be very patient to discover in theaters the new Star Wars films by Rian Johnson, for which no exit window has not been disclosed.

Solo’s failure will serve for the future

During the interview, she is also rcome to failure of Solo: A Star Wars Story, a spin-off that told the youth of Han Solo. For the occasion, Harisson Ford had been replaced by Alden Ehrenreich, and Billy Dee Williams (Lando Calrissian) had been by Donald Glover. And things are now pretty clear: there is no longer any question of changing actors to tell a story that took place years before. The use of DeepFake technologyalready used for Carrie Fisher and Luke Skywalker, therefore seems to hold the rope, even if there is no guarantee that an entire production revolving around the technology will be topical.

You learn things as you go. Now, it seems very clear that we shouldn’t do this sort of thing at all.

Come on, let’s leave for the moment, while recalling that the Obi-Wan Kenobi series will be available on Disney+ on May 27 next. At the same time, the Star Wars Celebration will take place, which should teach us a lot more about the future of the license, whether at the literary, television, cinematographic or video game level.

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