Series authors game of thrones David Benioff And Dan Weiss She recently revealed some details about the film star Wars Now canceled that they were supposed to direct. In fact, it was announced in 2018 that the two would take on the role of director of the first film of a new trilogy telling the story of the first Jedi and the beginning of the Order, but the project was quickly shelved in 2019. The film's cancellation was motivated by several reasons, including the exclusive agreement between Benioff and Weiss with Netflix And the bad reviews for the eighth season of game of thrones. However, according to the directors, there will also be a simpler explanation behind this cancellation.
In an interview with Hollywood ReporterBenioff declared:We wanted to do the first Jedi. Basically how the Jedi Order was born, and why the first lightsabers were born…Then Weiss added:We were very upset when… [Rian Johnson] He called his movie The Last Jedi, which ruined the most obvious title of what we were working on“.”Lucasfilm ended up not wanting to do a First Jedi story. We had a very specific story idea in mind, and in the end they decided they didn't want to do it. We completely understand that. It's their company and their intellectual property, but we weren't the robots they were looking forBenioff concluded.
Although their project has been cancelled, fans of the Star Wars saga will still be able to take the journey to discover how the Force and the Jedi Order were born. In fact, the desire to tell this story was not completely put aside, but was reworked into what is now known as the film he would direct. James Mangold. This film doesn't have an official cast or release date yet, but it will reportedly be set 25,000 years before the events of the Skywalker saga and Prequel Trilogy. So we will explore the workings of the ancient Jedi order, and show the era in which the Jedi were more receptive to the dark side of the Force in the service of balance.
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