The creators of the Throne Fighters are embarking on the rapidly expanding Star Wars universe: creating a whole new set of films – BBC News reported on Wednesday.
Lucasfilm and Disney announced on Tuesday that David Benioff and D.B. Weiss begins to play Star Wars in 2019 after the Battle of the Throne. They are planning to develop a story separate from the current movie theater, which will not have a trilogy run by Rian Johnson.
“In the summer of 1977, we went to a far-away galaxy and have dreamed about it ever since,” Benioff and Weiss said in a joint statement.
In the Battle of the Throne, they do not get stuck with naked pictures and violent scenes, while the scenes of Star Wars movies are far more family-friendly. According to Kathleen Kennedy, president of Lucasfilm, however, the creative couple are among the best narratives of today.
At the same time, those who criticized the announcement, because the key positions around the Star Wars series are hardly the pursuit of diversity.
“In the creative team of filmmakers up to now and in progress, 96 percent of white men have been commissioned for writers and directors, and 24 were commissioned to write and arrange a Star Wars film script for 24 years, of which 23 were white men” highlighted Maureen Ryan in his article on Variety.com, stressing that this is untenable.
Joining Benioff and Weiss is not the first time the Troon Fighting and the Star Wars: Gwendoline Christie in the TV series played Captain Phasma in the Star Wars episodes of Awakening Force and The Last Jedi.
In the upcoming Han Solo film, another star of Empress Clarke is the Throne Fighter.