Hot off the heels of reported creative differences between Rogue Squadron director Patty Jenkins, Lucasfilm has extended its contract with president Kathleen Kennedy. This extension will have Kennedy running Lucasfilm until 2024. There are several Star Wars projects in various stages of development, as well as another Indiana Jones film, and this news will certainly arouse mixed reactions from fans.
Kennedy was the handpicked successor of Lucasfilm from George Lucas when the studio was acquired by Disney in 2012. While the Star Wars universe has brought forth a new trilogy, two spin-off films, and Disney+ flagship series The Mandalorian, creative differences have marred several of the projects and further intensified the divisions of the galaxy far, far away’s fanbase. The most recent issues have come about with Jenkins. Her film Rogue Squadron had been announced nearly a year ago at Disney’s Investor Day celebration in December.
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