Disney has removed the new "Star Wars" movie from its first calendar
Disney and its studios have revealed an updated calendar of their movie premieres for 2023 and 2024. As expected, the new schedule doesn’t include Patty Jenkins’ “Rogue Squadron,” which takes place in the “Star Wars” universe. The film was supposed to reach the screens on December 22, 2023, but due to the fact that filming had not yet begun, the studio had to remove it from the schedule.

“Rogue Squadron”: movie details

“Rogue Squadron” written by Matthew Robinson (“Love and the Beasts”, “Dora and the City of Gold”). Not much is known about the plot of the film itself. However, the title indicates that it is meant to be a story about an elite rogue squadron, the most famous combat unit in the Rebel Alliance and the New Republic. They fought in his ranks, among others, Luke Skywalker and the Antilles Wedge. However, it was not revealed at what point in the history of “Star Wars” the film will take place.

“Rogue Squadron” was to be the first feature film from the “Star Wars” universe after “Skywalker. Rebirth” (2019). It is possible that due to changes in the schedule, another production will overtake it. Studio Lucasfilm is developing a number of “Star Wars” projects, including those working on Kevin Feige and Taika Waititi.

Disney reveals the release dates of the new “Snow White” movie and the upcoming “The Lion King”.

Speaking of Waititi, we finally got to know the release date of his next movie. Sports comedy “Next Goal Wins” starring Michael Fassbender will hit cinemas on April 21, 2023. The Disney calendar also features “Snow White,” the representative version of the classic Disney cartoon “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.” The film, starring Rachel Ziegler and Gal Gadot, will be released in theaters on March 22, 2024. Less than three months later, on June 14, 2024, we’ll see “Inside Out 2” – the sequel to the blockbuster “Inside Out 2”. In turn, on July 5, 2024, “Mufasa: The Lion King” – a prequel to Megahit “The Lion King”, will be released.

The Mickey Mouse studio has also decided to postpone the premieres of two of its films. Inspired by an amusement park attraction, “Haunted Mansion” will hit the box office on August 11, and not – as previously announced – on March 10, 2023. In turn, Marvel’s as yet untitled show has been pushed back from February 16 to September 6. 2024.

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