Patty Jenkins’ Star Wars: Rogue Squadron movie delayed indefinitely

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Star Wars: Rogue Squadron, one of the new films of such a famous cinematic saga, is indefinitely delayed despite being one of the most advanced new projects of Star Wars. This is how the media collects it exclusively The Hollywood Reporter, pointing to problems with the director’s agenda, Patty Jenkins, which is also preparing so much Wonder Woman 3 as an upcoming movie based on Cleopatra, also starring Gal Gadot.

Rogue Squadron film project delayed

And it is that after being announced last December as part of the ambitious Star Wars project plan for the coming years and scheduled for 2023 With filming to begin in early 2022, Star Wars: Rogue Squadron finally falls off the Star Wars release schedule; yes, at no time is there talk of cancellation, but it will no longer hit theaters in 2023. All this, presumably, for schedule problems from its director, who is preparing two other films with actress Gal Gadot and who apparently would have a preference by contract.

Let us remember that the own Patty Jenkins next to the writer Matthew Robinson have been developing the film for the past year after being confirmed as one of the great announcements of the past Disney Investor Day 2020. A story that would tell us the adventures of a group of intrepid rebel pilots on a journey that would expand the Star Wars universe to new heights never seen before.

We will see if finally Star Wars: Rogue Squadron hits theaters in 2024 or goes further in the future Star Wars release schedule.

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Source | The Hollywood Reporter


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