According to The Hollywood Reporter, the next Star Wars anthology films after Han Solo’s may be about Obi-Wan Kenobi. Their sources claim Stephen Daldry is in early talks with Lucasfilm to head up the project.
Ever since Disney bought Lucasfilm and announced the Star Wars anthology films series, there has been speculation about an Obi-Wan Kenobi installment. It seems an obvious idea as the actor who played the character in the prequel trilogy (Ewan McGregor) is currently about the right age to reprise the role for a story set between Star Wars 3 and Star Wars 4. McGregor has said, “it would be fun to do.”
Of course, this is little more than rumors at this point and may never happen. If it does, it will be at least a couple of years out since there is not yet a script.
Do you hope this movie gets made? What other characters or stories would you like to see in Star Wars anthology films? Let us know in the comments or on social media.
Today we are proud to reveal to you the cover for Phase 2 Magazine Omnibus I. The art, as always, was done by Jason Miller and concludes the visual narrative of the first four issues.
Phase 2 Magazine Omnibus I will include all the stories from the first four issues of Phase 2 Magazine, as well as a little extra. It will be available first as an ebook, then later in print. A firm release date has yet to be determined, but it should be well before the end of the year.
What do you think? Let us know in the comments or on social media!
Yesterday, Bethesda Game Studios announced the upcoming release of Fallout 4: Game of the Year Edition. This edition of the game will collect the base game as well as all downloadable content released for it but no new material.
Fallout 4 was originally released on November 10th, 2015. This new edition will be releasing just under two years later, on September 26th of this year.
Of particular interest to many fans is the Pip Boy edition of the game, which come with a life-sized replica of the Pip Boy device from the Fallout games. There was a similar limited edition of the initial release but it sold out very quickly.
Are you a fan of the Fallout series? Will you be buying this edition of the game or do you already have everything included? We’d love to hear from you on the comments or on social media.
A few hours ago, Deadline broke the news that Tim Miller has been named director for a film adaptation of Neuromancer currently in development. Tim Miller is possibly best known as director of 2016’s Deadpool.
This is potentially exciting news but some are quick to point out some version of a Neuromancer film has been in development off and on for nearly the past 30 years. It’s also worth noting this project does not yet even have a writer involved, so there isn’t even a script.
Do you think Tim Miller is the correct choice for the job? Do you think the movie will even be made, or is the property cursed? Let us know in the comments or on social media.
Neuromancer is, of course, William Gibson’s 1984 debut novel and is considered by many to be the genre-defining cyberpunk novel. It was the first novel to ever win the Nebula Award, Phillip K. Dick Award, and the Hugo Award.