What Does Scrapped Wonder Woman 3 Mean for Rogue Squadron?
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Back in December of 2020, Lucasfilm surprised fans with the reveal that Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins had been tapped to develop the film Star Wars: Rogue Squadron, a reveal that excited fans not only because of Jenkins’ talents but also because Rogue Squadron would likely have some connection to a beloved series of Legends novels. While first seeing some delays due to Jenkins’ busy schedule, the project was ultimately pulled from the release calendar indefinitely, seemingly hanging in limbo. However, with reports emerging that DC Studios was scrapping Jenkins’ Wonder Woman 3, fans are wondering if this could clear up her schedule for Rogue Squadron.
Prior to the announcement of Rogue Squadron, Lucasfilm earned the reputation of announcing projects that were relatively tentative and would quietly be shuffled around to a point of stagnation or outright cancelled. While Star Wars: The Last Jedi writer/director Rian Johnson’s trilogy (announced in 2017) is seemingly still possible, a series of films from Game of Thrones co-creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss were definitively scrapped. The announcement of Rogue Squadron came with the debut of a polished teaser video in which Jenkins expressed her passion for the project, implying that the adventure was a much more concrete project, though two years later, it seems to have gone the way of Johnson’s trilogy and could be in limbo…
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