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Future Star Wars Movies Will Be Lead And Directed By A Woman

The Star Wars franchise has been in the heart of the people fro almost 45-years as the first film of the franchise was released in 1977. Here’s news about the future of the franchise.

A Female In The Director’s Chair For The First Time

It seems that the future of Star Wars will see a woman in the director’s chair for the very first time in 43-years of the franchise as the first film of the franchise was released in 1977.

Female directors Bryce Dallas Howard and Deborah Chow recently headed and managed episodes of Disney+ series The Mandalorian, but there has never earlier been a female lead director on a big-screen Star Wars production.

Lucasfilm President Said Future Film Will Be Headed By A Woman Filmmaker

Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy on the red carpet for The British Academy of Film and Television Arts ( BAFTA) Film Awards 2022 said that “without a doubt” a future film of the franchise will be headed by a woman filmmaker.

Kathleen Kennedy – who is getting this year’s BAFTA Fellowship award – did not designate a particular movie, but stated that a female director would “definitely” be hired for the movie.

‘We have got two or three incredible women working with Star Wars – we are developing a lot of great talent,’ she said.

Victoria Mahoney became the first female to direct scenes for a Star Wars movie as a second unit director on The Rise of Skywalker.

Rian Johnson, writer and director of The Last Jedi, is currently managing on a trilogy of Star Wars movies, while Kevin Feige,  Marvel Cinematic Universe producer, is also forming a film with Kathleen Kennedy.

TV projects of the franchise is also in the works. The TV project include shows featuring Obi-Wan Kenobi (Ewan McGregor) and Rogue One’s Cassian Andor (Diego Luna), as well as The Mandalorian season 2.

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Kane Dane

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