Star Wars Rogue Squadron: Movie is alive! Wonder Woman director opens up on the current state of affairs

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It rumbles violently in the cinema universe of Marvel competitor DC. While Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Delighting audiences, critics and box offices alike, DCs took care of it Black Adam with mega-star Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson for a dubious result at the box office. The back-and-forth with Superman Henry Cavill has also been causing concern lately. Now Patty Jenkins also has his say. The director provides a few things about the apparently canceled production of Wonder Woman 3 clear and is also based on their planned cinema film in the universe star Wars a. What she has to report should please many fans of the star saga.

Star Wars Rogue Squadron: Open Letter from Director Patty Jenkins

Director Patty Jenkins published an open letter on Twitter on Wednesday night. It’s not usually her way to talk about things related to her career behind the scenes of Hollywood expire. But she wanted to prevent misinformation from continuing to circulate.

Actually, this very detailed letter has the production of Wonder Woman 3 on the subject. But before she makes her point about the superhero film clear, she first goes into detail about her Star Wars project. Although this is still a long way from publication, it is making progress.

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Star Wars Rogue Squadron: Director Patty Jenkins is back on board

In her open letter on Twitter, she lets her fans know that she is once the production of the new movie in the universe of star warss left due to lack of time. “When it became clear that the implementation would drag on, I wanted to Wonder Woman 3 don’t move it further back.”

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However, the director was apparently asked by Lucasfilm to return once production of Wonder Woman 3 was complete. “It was a great honor for me, so I agreed,” she clarified in her letter on Twitter. So she have one new contract closed with the producers of Star Wars.