Star Wars 10: Marvel Chief Takes War of the Stars

 After Game Of Thrones writers David Benioff and D. B. Weiss left the Star Wars universe, many fans fear for the future of the franchise. But now there is a reputable producer on board who could be responsible for Star Wars in the future. Marvel CEO Kevin Feige wants to produce a Star Wars movie. With an estimated $ 65 billion, Star Wars ranks fifth among the most successful media franchises. Far behind Star Wars are the Avengers, who are indeed more successful in the cinema, but have no other brands such as Lego Star Wars or video games to show. Star Wars has incredible potential with a huge fanbase. No wonder that the movies also run very well.
However, after many fans complained about Star Wars 8, now after Star Wars 9, which will appear in December, only once. Star Wars has a cinema break and wanted to reinvent itself afterwards. A trilogy about the Old Republic by the Game Of Thrones authors David Benioff and D. B. Weiss was planned. However, the two recently got out and fans are wondering what will become of the scheduled launch dates of 2022, 2024 and 2026.
An answer to that could be Kevin Feige. The head of Marvel and producer of the groundbreaking Avengers films now wants to be responsible for Star Wars. Lucasfilms President Kathleen Kennedy recently revealed that in an interview. Fig was a huge fan of Star Wars and asked if he could make a movie. On the part of Lucasfilm one was taken with the idea and now think about how and when this could be set up. Although the project is still far off, the question remains who will produce the trilogy that will be released next.
So fans can be curious about what's going on with Star Wars. In addition to Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker, which launches in German cinemas on December 18th, Disney + plans six Star Wars series for the next few years. The first of them, The Mandalorian, will be available in Germany from March 31, 2020.
Source: Rolling Stone

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