Joking that he had no idea “Thor: Love and Thunder,” Waititi starred in the previous trilogy, starting with 1999’s “The Phantom Menace.”
Oscar-winning writer and director is Getting ready to lead his franchise batchbut it seems, perhaps in jest, that he has overlooked the “Thor: Love and Thunder” star. Natalie PortmanPivotal role in prequel films.
After the third “Thor” movie wrapped with Portman reprising her character Jane Foster, Waititi asked if she’d be willing to star in “Star Wars”… you know, after she famously portrayed Padmé Amidala’s mother Princess Leia in “The Phantom.” “Danger”, “Attack of the Clones” and “Revenge of the Sith”.
“Natalie said to me, ‘What are you going to do next?'” ‘ And I said, ‘I’m trying to work on the ‘Star Wars’ thing. Have you ever wanted to be in a Star Wars movie? ” rolling rock. ‘She said, ‘I’ve been to the Star Wars movies. “
“I forgot about that,” Waititi said with a laugh.
This is probably Waititi’s best ‘Star Wars’ movie nothing to do with its predecessors. Co-written with Academy Award nominee “1917” Kristi Wilson Cairns, the film will introduce new characters and sever ties with the core crew of Princess Leia, Han Solo, Luke Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi.
“Look, I think the ‘Star Wars’ universe is expanding, it has to expand,” Waititi said. movie total About his untitled movie yet. “I don’t think I’d use anything in the Star Wars universe to make a movie where everyone is like, ‘Okay, well, that’s the blueprints for the Millennium Falcon, ah that’s Chewbacca’s grandmother. “
Waititi, who has been selected for the upcoming “Star Wars” movie December 2025 release datehe added, “It all stands alone, that’s cool, although I’d like to take something new and create some new characters and expand the world, or else it feels like a little too small a story.”
And the creator of Our Flag Means Death is clearly familiar with the modern era of Star Wars. Waititi previously voiced IG-11 character “The Mandalorian” and directed an episode of the critically acclaimed Disney+ season 1 series.
Plus, Portman doesn’t have any hard feelings about Waititi’s “Star Wars” teasing. actress Stream exclusively to IndieWire That Waititi is a “creative person that I really admire”, especially for promoting the concept of having the Mighty Thor story on the big screen featuring her character Jane who uses Mjolnir.
“This was a double opportunity, one to work with him and the other to have Jane evolve into this superhero, which is really exciting” July 8, Portman said of recording in theaters “Thor: Love and Thunder” his demand that everything be different and new and new. It’s something I hope to have in every project I work on.”
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