Matthew Robinson (“The Invention of Lying”) will write the screenplay to “Star Wars: Rogue Squadron” for Lucasfilm and Disney, in line with a person with information of the venture.
Patty Jenkins will direct the following “Star Wars” characteristic movie, opening in theaters on Christmas Day 2023.
The authentic movie will observe the fighter pilots throughout the “Star Wars” universe, although no further particulars have been revealed. Lucasfilm introduced the information about Jenkins directing the film as a part of Disney’s Investor Day presentation final 12 months.
At the time, the “Wonder Woman” filmmaker stated in a video shared to Twitter that she was impressed to sort out what shall be “the greatest fighter pilot movie of all time” due to her personal expertise because the daughter of a fighter pilot within the navy. In the video, Jenkins may be seen suiting up and strolling towards an X-Wing.
Lucasfilm is presently creating one other “Star Wars” characteristic with “Jojo Rabbit” director Taika Waititi, however “Rogue Squadron” is the primary movie with a agency title and launch date.
Since breaking out with 2009’s “The Invention of Lying,” which he co-wrote and co-directed with Ricky Gervais, Robinson has labored on 2020’s “Love and Monsters” and the “Edge of Tomorrow” sequel, “Live Die Repeat and Repeat.”
Robinson is repped by ICM Partners and three Arts Entertainment.
The Hollywood Reporter first reported the information.
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