Lucasfilm is amping up their yield of Star Wars content in 2022, and Lucasfilm Vice President of Franchise Content and Strategy, James Waugh, explains why. Since the time the lukewarm responses to the studio’s beyond a few dramatic outings (specifically 2018’s Solo: A Star Wars Story and 2019’s The Rise of Skywalker), Lucasfilm reeled back their original intend to deliver one dramatic movie consistently. Be that as it may, following the transient accomplishment of their endeavors into streaming content with The Mandalorian, the studio put its focus on Disney+ as the essential stage for Star Wars content for a long time to come. Indeed, 2022 is scheduled to be loaded with Star Wars content for the streaming help.
In a new interview with The Direct, Waugh explained that Star Wars’ bustling 2022 delivery schedule was more coincidental than anything else. Waugh says, “it was only the manner in which things lined up for the year,” and he extends that “there will be back and forth movements of Star Wars” depending on the accessibility of enthusiastic new creators. Look at the VP’s full statement underneath:
Goodness, I don’t have the foggiest idea… I don’t think it was moved toward similar to a customary… I think it was only the manner in which things lined up for the year. I think there will be back and forth movements of Star Wars as extraordinary creators come in and have incredible takes on Star Wars, that we accept fans will need to see.
I think what Disney+ does offers a ton of rich potential to investigate the universe in new ways, and that is exciting.
The as of late delivered Star Wars: Visions is by all accounts a stage Lucasfilm’s new way. Visions was a fast takeoff from average Star Wars passage in that it gave Japanese anime studios full rein to make any story they needed to tell. From interviews, it’s reasonable the movement studios liked the creator-driven methodology, which cultivated a climate for authors and animators to allow their imaginations to go crazy. As Star Wars advances into a new period of storytelling, Lucasfilm should take inspiration from what worked with Visions and apply the best viewpoints to all pieces of their studio.