“Star Wars’ has been one of the biggest pop culture franchises of all time for 45 years, but the oh-so-big galaxy always seems to revolve around the Skywalker family and their followers: In recent years, new “Star Wars”Movies and series are constantly revolving around characters we’ve known since the original trilogy, and even after the Skywalker saga has concluded, series like “The Mandalorian’, ‘Boba Fett’ and ‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’ fill the gaps in between.
A “Star WarsThe film hasn’t been in theaters since 2019. Disney doesn’t seem to know exactly how to proceed. Movies by Rian Johnson, Kevin Feige, and Patty Jenkins have been announced, but none of them are really set in stone yet.
As things stand, it looks like the next “Star Wars’ feature film by ‘Thor 4” director Taika Waititi, who already won an Oscar for his Nazi satire “Jojo Rabbit”. In the video above you can see why Sebastian has high hopes for Taika Waititi’s “Star Wars’ movie and why it’s time to wrap up with the Skywalkers.
The main reason for Sebastian’s hope is a statement by the New Zealand director in an interview with totally movie: “I don’t think I ‘Star Wars’ universe will benefit a lot if everyone says, ‘Oh great, these are the Millennium Falcon blueprints! Ah, there’s Chewbacca’s grandmother!’ It all stands on its own and is great. Yet I want to do something new, create new characters and just expand the world. Otherwise it feels like a very small story.”
Sebastian feels this is the only right decision Disney can make right now. You need that feeling again: “Wow, I’ve never seen anything like that before!” A positive example of this is “Star Wars: Visions”, where Japanese anime studios were allowed to really let off steam on Disney+ and were able to show what is possible in the galaxy far, far away – and without any Skywalker!
It can “Star WarsSo do well to go in a whole new, fresh direction. The further you fill the timeline within the Skywalker saga, the more continuity errors there will be and at some point all the old characters will really be told, says Sebastianwho also tells you which films and series weStar Wars“ in cinemas and on Disney+: