Disney may be building one Star Wars series after another, but after the disappointing finale to the new trilogy, it’s been quiet about making another Star Wars film. And the bad news never ends. According to an insider, two other potential Disney films have now been canceled.
Star Wars: Are the Movies in the Franchise Dying Out?
The Mandalorian, Andor, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Star Wars: The Bad Batch – Disney seems to commission a new Star Wars series every hour. But fans of the big screen have been left dry for years. After The Rise of Skywalker, no other Star Wars film has made it to the cinema.
And it seems that Disney has now put production on two more Star Wars films on hold – at least that’s what some industry insiders claim (source: Variety). Supposedly it hit Rogue Squadron. The film will be directed by Patty Jenkins and will hit theaters in late 2023. After the start had apparently been postponed several times internally, the decision has now finally been made to stop production.
Apparently another Star Wars film was in an even earlier stage Kevin Feige and Michael Waldron, which should be well known to MCU fans in particular. But that seems to be the problem. The two may be too busy making other superhero movies in the Marvel Universe and unavailable. The result: This Star Wars film was also discontinued.
After all, as a gamer you will soon get Star Wars supplies in the form of Jedi: Survivor:
One last hope: Disney has another Star Wars ace up its sleeve
But Star Wars fans don’t have to throw in the towel completely, because Disney still seems to have a film up its sleeve. The currently under the title “Untitled Star Wars” ongoing production will be December 2025 expected – but a lot of information is not yet known about the project.
We know, that Taika Waititi, who is responsible for Thor: Day of Decision, among other things, will put his stamp on the new Star Wars film. And according to current information, Waititi will try to create something completely newto create new characters and expand the world of Star Wars (source: cinema.de). More information should be available at the end of 2023.