Taika Waititi's Star Wars Movie Is Real


While the ongoing public health crisis caused by COVID-19 is making physical gatherings in commemoration of Star Wars Day significantly trickier and less fun than usual (although the masks are nothing new), you can still show your dedication to the Force (or the dark side) by purchasing some cool new merchandise online. All of that can come later. Assuming Disney does not panic and fire Waititi at some point between now and that film's arrival in theaters, we imagine it'll be pretty good! We could talk for hours about the themes of Star Wars until we're red in the face, but Star Wars' official May the 4th video has the answer: it's about hope. Don't be surprised if this ain't the first STAR WARS-related bombshell to drop this afternoon.

The news follows the announcement that Russian Doll creator Leslye Headland is also developing a new Star Wars series for Disney+, which will join a Rogue One prequel series and one focused on the life of Obi-Wan Kenobi.

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Co-writing alongside Waititi will be fellow Oscar nominee Krysty Wilson-Cairns, who was screenwriter on 1917 alongside Sam Mendes, and also co-wrote Edgar Wright's upcoming Last Night in Soho.

All of the Skywalker Saga movies are now streaming on Disney+. The recent Academy Award victor certainly has a busy upcoming schedule, as the Michael Fassbender-starring soccer film Next Goal Wins was due out later this year, while Thor: Love and Thunder was set to hit theaters in 2021. Now, it's looking a little clearer.