Disney Studios have given the famous and respected writers a leading role in creating Movies New ones in the largest cinematic universe of all
What do you do after you've finished creating one of the best and most successful fantasy series ever? Going to one of the most famous science fiction movies in history, it turns out.
David Benioff and David Benioff, DB Weiss, who created the 'Games of Thrones' series based on George R.'s books. Martin and served as its lead writers and producers, concluded a new prestigious contract with Studios Disney To give them the keys to making movies Theater Newcomers to the star wars universe - within the company's grandiose program for the series over the next decade.
Benioff and Weiss will serve as writers and producers of a number Movies New, which may be a sequel to the A Star Wars Story series, such as Rogue One on 2016 and Solo to be launched this year, with stories from different points of time and places in the veteran and diverse universe - given that Johnson, the director of The Last Jedi, interviewed, Already given the task of creating a trilogy Movies New Star Wars, at the end of the Skywalker Saga that will end with the ninth episode next year.
This intriguing collaboration between those who gave HBO the most successful series in its history to the biggest movie studio in the field is in its infancy in the meantime, so details are still minimal and vague, but Disney is aiming to continue at least one movie star-branded movie theater. A year, as they have done successfully over the past three years and will do in 2018 and 2019 as well. Now it seems that the plans for 2020 and beyond are starting to become clear, too - and sounds just as promising as any we have received so far.
Weiss Weiss is currently working on the eighth and final season of the Game of Thrones, which will include only six episodes, each of which will be up to twice its length compared to the format we knew in previous seasons, with a target launch in April 2019 - which also probably promises any chance of seeing any product Of the two under the Star Wars series before the beginning of the next decade aims to zero. Disney also made it clear that it was the two's choice to try their hand at full-length Hollywood productions rather than a new series, which might have matched the promotion of the home streaming service the company plans to launch soon.
Last year, we heard about Confederate, the next series of HBO's gifted duo, which will offer a world with an alternative history in which the southern states won the American Civil War and slavery remains legal in the modern world. Currently it is not clear how the programs to develop and create this series are integrated with the new task for Disney - But we would certainly love to see these two axes come true, and if possible in the coming years. Is it a collaboration that will take Star Wars in a new, mature and high-quality direction? Probably it will be a few more years before we can give the answer.