The highly anticipated Star Wars project, Rogue Squadron, has reportedly been canceled due to conflicts with Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins.
According to sources, Jenkins was set to direct the film, which would follow a team of elite pilots who take on daring missions for the Rebel Alliance. However, Jenkins reportedly had creative differences with Lucasfilm executives over the direction of the project.
Fans of the Star Wars franchise were excited to see Jenkins, who is known for her strong female leads, take on the project. However, it seems that Jenkins’ vision did not align with Lucasfilm’s plans for the film.
Many fans are disappointed by the news of Rogue Squadron’s cancellation, as it was set to be a fresh take on the beloved Star Wars universe. It is unclear at this time if Lucasfilm will revisit the idea in the future, or if they will move forward with a different director.
Regardless, this cancellation serves as a reminder of the importance of creative collaboration in the film industry. It is crucial for directors and studios to come to a mutual understanding in order to bring the best possible projects to life.
As for Jenkins, she is currently working on the sequel to Wonder Woman, which is set to hit theaters in December 2021. It will be interesting to see what she brings to the table in this highly anticipated follow-up.