Rebel Moon It is one of Zack Snyder’s most anticipated projects. It’s no secret that it was according to the director’s original intention The show was to be set in the universe created by George Lucas. Unfortunately (or fortunately), Disney turned down the project, which was eventually acquired by Netflix.
But the producers make no secret that they’re glad it finally happened Rebel Moon It does not belong to the world star Wars. The Snyder Show would open a whole new cinematic universe, and Deborah Snyder and Eric Newman saw an interesting opportunity:
I remember how [Zack] He called me, it must have been about 15 years ago, saying, “I’m thinking of creating seven Jedi in the universe star Wars”. And I said, “Oh, that’s an interesting idea.” […] Then, a few years later, he called me and said, “You know what? I think it could be a TV series.” And I said, “Yeah, let’s do it! Paving.” star Wars! Let’s make it a series.” He remembers Eric Newman.
Deborah Snyder is also considering dropping the idea of joining star Wars favorable. In her view, relying on Disney with such a recognizable brand would limit Zack’s creative possibilities. Thanks to the collaboration with Netflix, Snyder enjoyed complete creative freedom.
It was originally going to be a movie star WarsBut I never wanted to. I remember telling Zach that I felt like his hands were going to be tied because of the branding […]. So I was happy when the partnership fell apart.
Rebel Moon Arrives on Netflix December 22nd.
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