Rogue Squadron: Patty Jenkins said about directing the new Star Wars movie, ‘It’s culturally like Wonder Woman’

Director Patty Jenkins says she aspires to make a great Star wars going steady Rogue squadron, Which would be culturally in the vein of his blockbuster Amazing woman Films. Jenkins, who competed in two superhero tampos – “Wonderful woman“(2017) and the recently released” Wonder Woman 1984 “for DC Films, heading to Disney-owned Lucasfilm to direct” Rogue Squadron “. The new” Star Wars “film stars one of the Starfighter riots Introduce the new generation. Earn your wings and risk your life in a boundary-pushing, high-speed thrill-ride, and take the saga into a future era of the galaxy, according to the official plot released by Lucasfilm . Divisional Season 2 finale: Twitterati sheds tears with the epic finale episode

It will mark the first feature film in a long-running sci-fi franchise to be released in 2023, directed by a woman. When asked about “Rogue Squadron”, Jenkins told PTI in an exclusive telephonic interview from Los Angeles, “I clearly know that the more I can say (but) it’s culturally ‘Wonder Woman.’ Is like “I am keen to make a great ‘Star Wars’ film, but a very personal story within it … a strong emotional (core). I am excited about the fact that there is that opportunity within it,” 48- The director of the year, whose father was a fighter pilot, added. From the Star Wars Obi-Wan Kenobi series, Baahubali: The Beginning to Beginning to Boss Baby spin-off – every upcoming reboot is coming to OTT

Jenkins previously told PTI that it is “doubtful” whether Warner Bros., a third film in the “Wonder Woman” franchise, would choose a theatrical-and-digital model to release its films. The filmmaker said he would like to return for a third film, when Warner Bros. will return to the “full theater studio”. “Before the epidemic, the world must have gone along. We might have made a deal for ‘Wonder Woman 3’ and figured out when and how I could fit into my schedule.

“Now it’s actually a lot more questionable whether we’ll do it at all and how we’ll do it. So, it would be an interesting thing. I would still like to do it but only (if) Warner Bros. would go back. A full theatrical studio. Being, ‚ÄĚJenkins said. Wonder Woman 1984 Warner Bros. was released in Indian theaters on December 24 in English, Hindi, Tamil and Telugu. Led by Gal Gadot, the film also stars Kristen Wiig, Pedro Pascal, Chris Pine, Robin Wright and Connie Nelson. Presented by Warner Bros. Pictures, the film is an Atlas Entertainment / Stone Quarry production.

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