Disney pulls Patty Jenkins’ Rogue Squadron movie from release schedule

Patty Jenkins’ Rogue Squadron the film was originally planned for a 22 December 2023 release, but since the movie hasn’t even started shooting yet, it should come as no surprise that Disney has now removed Rogue Squadron from his schedule.

It was first announced to wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins would direct Rogue Squadron in December 2020, and everyone involved seemed pretty excited about the project. Love and monsters co-writer Matthew Robinson signed on to write the script, which would introduce audiences to “a new generation of starfighter pilots as they earn their wings and risk their lives in a blistering, high-speed thrill ride, moving the saga into the future era of the galaxy.Jenkins had said she used her fighter pilot father as inspiration and wanted to make itgreatest fighter pilot movie ever made.Rogue Squadron was delayed late last year, reportedly due to the dreaded creative differences, so removing it from the release list is a mere formality at this point.

Although there are more Star wars film in development besides Rogue Squadron, it looks like the franchise will be confined to the small screen for the foreseeable future. Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy is reportedly held out on giving the green light to anyone Star wars film project anytime soon.

While Rogue Squadron may be scrapped from the schedule for now, Disney set release dates for several other films. Wish will be published on November 22, 2023; Haunted Mansion has moved from March 10, 2023 to 11 August 2023; an untitled Marvel movie has been pushed 16 February 2024 to 6 September 2024; Pixar’s Elio will start on 1 March 2024; That Snow white the remake starring Rachel Zegler hits theaters March 22, 2024; From the inside out 2 will follow 14 June 2024; and the Lion King follow-up Mufasa will land on 5 July 2024.

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