There are a few well-known movie franchises, but there's also Star Wars. George Lucas's colorful space opera changed the film world forever, and countless moviegoers were raised in a faraway land thanks to live-action shows on Disney+. But is it possible that Jurassic Worlds Colin Trevorrow might return to the Star Wars franchise?
Colin Trevorrow was originally scheduled to direct Episode IX, which was in his version called Duel of Fates. This is why J.A. Bayona helmed Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom instead of him. He unfortunately resigned from the job, calling it traumatic. However, Trevorrow was recently interviewed by ComicBook about returning to Star Wars.
I don't know why, but because I've spent eight or nine years developing new versions of the things we loved when we were kids. It's not just a lot of pressure on that, it also casts a shadow over everything else you'll want to do. I did a little film after Jurassic World, and I was the 'director of Star Wars' when I made it. It's interesting to me to be able to step out of that some bit and not have everything I do conform to
Colin Trevorrow looks to be uninterested in returning to another film franchise. Although he admitted that his dislike of the sci-fi property isn't necessarily because he spent so much time working within well-known franchises. As such, he appears to want to create outside of that work.
Colin Trevorrow makes these remarks while promoting the release of Jurassic World: Dominion, the current trilogy of films, and reunited the new heroes with the cast of Steven Spielberg's Jurassic Park. Trevorrow has spent years developing existing blockbuster films, including the disastrous Duel of Fates script.
After his dismissal, Colin Trevorrow appears to be disinterested in giving Star Wars another go as a filmmaker. This situation should allow for further standalone films that arent tied to the main story.
Patty Jenkins, a Wonder Woman filmmaker, was intended to be the first filmmaker to make a film based on the Rogue Squadron, but it was pushed off due to creative differences. As such, the Taika Waititis Star Wars film might get the honor, although there's no real information about his vision. Small screen projects like The Mandalorian, The Book of Boba Fett, and Obi-Wan Kenobi
Jurassic World: Dominion is now available on DVD and Blu-ray, with an extended cut. Be sure to check out the film release dates for 2022 before you go to theaters.