The Star Wars universe will not be completed until Star Wars: Skywalker's Ascension closes the Skywalker saga in December. And for Lucasfilm that means returning to some popular stories that have never been adapted to the big screen or small screen. Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy confirmed in a somewhat unusual response that a long-known project Knights of the Old Republic is in the works.
Lucasfilm boss Kathleen Kennedy confirmed that Knights of The Project Old Republic is in the works, which worries the rumors that an adaptation of the popular video game series might soon come to the screen. In an interview with MTV, Kennedy responded positively to reporter Josh Horowitz's question as to whether a Knights of the Old Republic title was in the works. "We talk about it all the time," she said, adding:
"Yes, we're developing something we need to look at." At the moment, I have no idea where things might fall. But we have to be careful that Star Wars is a cadenza that does not feel too much.
Kennedy then cited the film by Lucasfilm, a film with the back-to-back releases of Star Wars: The Last Jedi and Solo in 201
#Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy talked to us about the future of #StarWars – including a filmmaker of the Knights of the Old Republic and female directors as well as Palpatine's surprise return in the trailer for @ StarWars  #EpisodeIX pic.twitter.com/HCjEhdlRv7
– MTV NEWS (@MTVNEWS) April 16, 2019019 The affirmation of Kennedy adds to the recent rumor that the Star Wars [19459007Filmsfilm Game of Thrones Creator David Benioff and DB Add credibility Weiss evolves into a Knight of the Old Republic . The filmmakers' experience of creating a rich, character-steeped tale from an expansive, high-fantasy backdrop lends itself to this rumor, as the story of Knights of the Old Republic dates back 4,000 years before Galactic was founded Empire and has similar mythical elements as Game of Thrones .
This may be an era that Lucasfilm seeks to explore after the time around the events of the Skywalker saga has ended in both cases TV and the Star Wars Story movies. Kennedy has also hinted that Rian Johnson's Mystery Star Wars trilogy could take place during the era of the Old Republic and Entertainment Weekly said, "When [Benioff and Weiss] Game of Thrones ends, they will descend into Star Wars. They work very closely with Rian.
Can the new legends and film trilogies explore the Old Republic? Or could this era be extended by Lucasfilm in the Disney + series? Recent rumors also suggest that Disney plans to release animated feature films based on the old Star Wars Legends stories – something akin to the well-preserved DC animated films – so that too a possibility could be. We have to wait.
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