- “Star Wars 8” director Rian Johnson wants to direct an episode of “The M andalorian”.
- The filmmaker revealed that in an interview.
- The work on “Knives Out 2” will prevent this from happening.
With “Star Wars 8: The Last Jedi“In 2017, filmmaker Rian Johnson presented the undoubtedly most controversial part of the sequel trilogy about Rey, Kylo Ren and the aging Luke Skywalker. The 8th part of the Skywalker saga split the fandom, and for this reason a new one is likely Statement by Rian Johnson arouse suspicion among the numerous “Star Wars” fans worldwide: The “Star Wars 8” maker would like to work on an episode of the Disney+
This was revealed by Johnson USA Today reporter Sariah Wilson, who shared an excerpt from an interview with the “Star Wars” director on Twitter:
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According to his own words Rian Johnson is dying to direct an episode of “The Mandalorian”. The only problem is his busy schedule. Johnson reveals in an interview that he is currently working on the script for the Netflix sequel “Knives Out 2” before filming for the sequel begins.
The “Star Wars 8” director explains that he had already spoken to “The Mandalorian” mastermind Dave Filoni about his potential as a director.
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All “Star Wars” fans who would rather not see Rian Johnson direct “The Mandalorian” can rest assured: the streaming service Netflix recently made breathtaking $ 469 million for the sequels “Knives Out 2 + 3”.
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With us you can find out everything you need to know about 3rd season of “The Mandalorian” and the announced offshoots. So only recently confirmed an Aladdin star indirectly played his role in the “Ahsoka” spin-off! “The Mandalorian” main character Din Djarin (Pedro Pascal), on the other hand, should also check out “The Book of Boba Fett”.
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