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Is Kevin Feige’s Star Wars Movie Dead? Marvel Boss Officially Confirms Status

Nearly five decades after it began, the Star Wars franchise is pelting fans with more screen-based media than ever before. However, while endeavors such as “The Mandalorian,” “Star Wars: Visions,” and “Star Wars: The Bad Batch” have premiered without issue, a laundry list of other entries were left to perish. One of the most infamous examples is the film trilogy that was set to be helmed by “Game of Thrones” creatives David Benioff and D.B. Weiss. They departed the Star Wars galaxy in 2019, just over a year after their series was announced.

Another major missed opportunity came in the form of a Jabba the Hutt solo film. Writer David S. Goyer revealed that he penned the script and that Guillermo del Toro was attached to direct. Unfortunately, this movie never came to fruition for one reason or another. A “Mandalorian” spin-off title, “Rangers of the New Republic,” was publicly revealed during the Disney Investor Day 2020 event. However, the show was scrapped, and elements of it became part of “The Mandalorian” Season 3.

While it’s disappointing that Kevin Feige’s Star Wars movie is no longer happening, at least the decision to cancel it doesn’t seem to be anything personal. After all, it doesn’t matter who you are or what your entertainment résumé looks like. If Lucasfilm doesn’t see a future for your project, it’ll swiftly end up canned.

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