Is the Force strong with Jon Watts?
Information on Spider-Man: No Chance House director Jon Watts’ brand-new Star Wars series have actually been exposed.
Back in February, it was reported that Spider-Man: No Chance House director Jon Watts was being considered to direct for an upcoming untitled Star Wars series. The series, which is presently under the codename of “Grammar Rodeo” has actually had much of its story information under covers, however it appears that we now have a concept on what sort of series this will be.
According to Vanity Fair, Jon Watts and writer Chris Ford have actually developed and will executive produce this brand-new Star Wars series that comparable to The Mandalorian and The Book of Boba Fett, will happen after the occasions of Return of the Jedi and prior to The Force Awakens. Although particular plot information have yet to be exposed, Vanity Fair’s report provided the following description, which will definitely lure fans of Amblin movies:
“…its plot remains a secret….A casting notice has called for four children, around 11 to 12 years old. Inside Lucasfilm, the show is being described as a galactic version of classic Amblin coming-of-age adventure films of the ’80s.”
From Spider-Man director Jon Watts, Coming-Of-Age: A Star Wars Story.
Jon Watts, who is still fresh off of the extraordinary box office success of Spider-Man: No Chance House just recently left from the director’s chair for Marvel Studios’ approaching Great 4 reboot. There appear to be no difficult sensations in between the 2, however it does appear that although the filmmaker is taking a break from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, delving into the Star Wars franchise for a brand-new series looks like an amazing chance.
For one, the concept of a brand-new Star Wars series that stimulates the Amblin coming-of-age movies of the 1980s is an appealing principle. Likewise, the concept that we will be seeing this set after the fall of the Empire might result in some fascinating and dangerous experiences. Whether we will see this intersect with the continuous story of The Mandalorian stays to be seen, however here’s hoping that it focuses more on developing brand-new characters and stories instead of relying excessive on classic callbacks.
Jon Watts’ Spider-Man: No Chance House is now offered to own on 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray, Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD. Likewise, The Mandalorian, The Book of Boba Fett, and much of the whole Star Wars franchise are all offered to stream on Disney Plus. Make sure to continue following Brave Hollywood for all the most recent news in the galaxy far, far, and subscribe to our YouTube channel for more initial video material.
Source: Vanity Fair