We have our hands on the list of theatrical releases from Disney, including Pixar films, Marvel films and more.
In March of this year Lucasfilm and Disney announced that Director Jon Favreau (Iron Man) would be executive producing the first live-action Star Wars TV show. this week They’ve revealed the title of the show, The Mandalorian, details on the production, and the first photo from the series.
(Welcome to “Bickering with Brockett,” where Eric gives his thoughts on the world of film. Today he’s diving into the Star Wars franchise as a whole.)
The Hollywood Reporter broke the news that James Mangold, the director of the Logan, will be directing a new feature film focusing on the bounty hunter Boba Fett. The film will be co-written by Mangold and Star Wars: Rebels writer/producer Simon Kinberg.
This weekend brings the release of the second “Star Wars Story” film, Solo. Part of Lucasfilm’s anthology films set within the Star Wars Universe, the film gives us a sort of origin story for Han Solo. Explaining how Han met Chewbacca and Lando, and how he started his path to become the greatest smuggler in the entire galaxy. But the path to make the film has been rather uneasy. Today we’re going to take a look at what all led to the film being released, the good, the bad, and the ugly.