Peaky Blinders creator Stephen Knight is set to replace Damon Lindelof and Justin Britt-Gibson as the screenwriter for the next Star Wars film.

One is approaching Star Wars the film got a new screenwriter. project managed by Ms. MarvelSharmin Obaid-Chinoy, still nameless. It belongs to the future Star Wars The franchise continues to develop television projects on the Disney+ streaming service, as well as popular series. Andor and Mandalorian.

Per Diversityoriginally attached screenwriters Damon Lindelof and Justin Britt-Gibson have officially left the film. coming up Star Wars movie. Stephen Knight, who was nominated for an Oscar for his 2004 film, is writing the screenplay. Dirty beautiful things. His writing credits include: Locke starring Tom Hardy and Spencer Starring Kristen Stewart, but she is perhaps best known for creating the long-running BBC crime drama. Peaky Blinders.

Big-screen Star Wars has become a revolving door

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This new development is one of a number of staff changes that have plagued the film industry Star Wars franchising in the modern era. The last feature film in the franchise was the 2019 trilogy film Star Wars Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker. However, even before that, the franchise has seen several creators leave.

This included Josh Trank dropping the proposed Boba Fett movie, which was ultimately shelved by the 2021-2022 series. Boba Fett book on Disney+. Spin-off movie Solo: Star Wars The story Also, original directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller were replaced halfway through production by Ron Howard. Even The Rise of Skywalker had himself Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow was attached before he was eventually replaced The power awakensJJ Abrams.

Next schedule Star Wars film projects continued this trend, with many promised projects remaining in limbo and several names, including Patty Jenkins and Kevin Feige, removed from active development. However, this project, with key details unknown, may have finally found its final creative team. If so, given how long it takes to set up a blockbuster, it could be a few years before we see more progress on that front. Star Wars Film.

Source: Diversity