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 Kar
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    Belic escreveu: Volta mestre :chorar:
    Infelizmente não tem mais como consertar essa merda, a não ser deletando a trilogia merda da Disney.

     Alric
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    Finalmente encontraram a solução pra esses filmes ruins, chega de homem branco e hetero dirigindo :D

    Future Star Wars Movie Will Be Directed By A Woman, Says Kathleen Kennedy
    Star Wars producer Kathleen Kennedy says she future installments in the George Lucas franchise will "absolutely" be directed by a woman.

    Lucasfilm president Katleen Kennedy says that a female filmmaker will direct a future Star Wars. Kennedy, who took over as president of Lucasfilm in 2012, recently oversaw production on the conclusion of the Skywalker Saga, which wrapped up with Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. Aside from finishing up the stories seeded by Star Wars creator George Lucas, The Rise of Skywalker is also notable for being the first Star Wars feature with a black, female second unit director.

    The Rise of Skywalker director JJ Abrahms hired Victoria Mahoney after calling fellow filmmaker Ava DuVernay (who joined the Disney family by directing A Wrinkle in Time) to ask for a list of potential female directors. DuVernay had only one name for the Lost co-creator: Victoria Mahoney. Mahoney joined The Rise of Skywalker to direct the second unit (a crew responsible for things like establishing shots, stunts, and inserts) in April of 2018. Still, Kennedy's initiative to diversify the Lucasfilm talent pool didn't end there. Next, she hired Deborah Chow for an episode of the Disney+ series The Mandalorian, which is already in production on its second season. Chow's hiring made her the first woman to direct a live-action story in the 42-year history of the franchise. Actress Bryce Dallas Howard, who also directed an episode of The Mandalorian, became the second.

    The BBC News caught up with Kennedy on the BAFTA Awards red carpet, where the producer was headed inside to receive the prestigious Bafta Fellowship award. She renewed her commitment to hiring a female director for a future Star Wars theatrical release. "We've got two or three fantastic women working with Star Wars," Kennedy said, "And we just brought in Deborah Chow who is doing the Obi-Wan series." When asked if a Star Wars movie will get a female director soon, Kennedy says, "Oh absolutely. Without question."

    Kennedy's mission to diversify Lucasfilm has been a key focus during her time as the company's president. In 2015, Kennedy boasted about the executive changes she had made at Lucasfilm to ensure that half the team would be female. "Six out of eight of the people in my Story Group are women. I think it's making a huge difference in the kind of stories we're trying to tell," Kennedy said at the time. A year later, Kennedy said, again, that she thinks there are "many" female directors who have the potential to direct a Star Wars movie, adding, "And I've talked to most of them."

    At this point, it seems like an inevitability that a woman will helm a Star War feature film in the near future. Kennedy's been working on this issue for years, and might already know who she wants to hire. The bigger issue is that the entire future of the franchise seems to be in flux, as Kennedy and her team figure out where to take the Star Wars series next.
    https://screenrant.com/star-wars-movies ... n-kennedy/

     Wukong SSJ
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    Só assisto star wars agora se tiver Jon Favreau OU Taika Waititi no comando.

    Do contário, será igual rise of skywalker, só por torrent e somente pelas cenas finais p saber o que houve.

     Kar
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    Alric escreveu: Finalmente encontraram a solução pra esses filmes ruins, chega de homem branco e hetero dirigindo :D

    Future Star Wars Movie Will Be Directed By A Woman, Says Kathleen Kennedy
    Star Wars producer Kathleen Kennedy says she future installments in the George Lucas franchise will "absolutely" be directed by a woman.

    Lucasfilm president Katleen Kennedy says that a female filmmaker will direct a future Star Wars. Kennedy, who took over as president of Lucasfilm in 2012, recently oversaw production on the conclusion of the Skywalker Saga, which wrapped up with Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. Aside from finishing up the stories seeded by Star Wars creator George Lucas, The Rise of Skywalker is also notable for being the first Star Wars feature with a black, female second unit director.

    The Rise of Skywalker director JJ Abrahms hired Victoria Mahoney after calling fellow filmmaker Ava DuVernay (who joined the Disney family by directing A Wrinkle in Time) to ask for a list of potential female directors. DuVernay had only one name for the Lost co-creator: Victoria Mahoney. Mahoney joined The Rise of Skywalker to direct the second unit (a crew responsible for things like establishing shots, stunts, and inserts) in April of 2018. Still, Kennedy's initiative to diversify the Lucasfilm talent pool didn't end there. Next, she hired Deborah Chow for an episode of the Disney+ series The Mandalorian, which is already in production on its second season. Chow's hiring made her the first woman to direct a live-action story in the 42-year history of the franchise. Actress Bryce Dallas Howard, who also directed an episode of The Mandalorian, became the second.

    The BBC News caught up with Kennedy on the BAFTA Awards red carpet, where the producer was headed inside to receive the prestigious Bafta Fellowship award. She renewed her commitment to hiring a female director for a future Star Wars theatrical release. "We've got two or three fantastic women working with Star Wars," Kennedy said, "And we just brought in Deborah Chow who is doing the Obi-Wan series." When asked if a Star Wars movie will get a female director soon, Kennedy says, "Oh absolutely. Without question."

    Kennedy's mission to diversify Lucasfilm has been a key focus during her time as the company's president. In 2015, Kennedy boasted about the executive changes she had made at Lucasfilm to ensure that half the team would be female. "Six out of eight of the people in my Story Group are women. I think it's making a huge difference in the kind of stories we're trying to tell," Kennedy said at the time. A year later, Kennedy said, again, that she thinks there are "many" female directors who have the potential to direct a Star Wars movie, adding, "And I've talked to most of them."

    At this point, it seems like an inevitability that a woman will helm a Star War feature film in the near future. Kennedy's been working on this issue for years, and might already know who she wants to hire. The bigger issue is that the entire future of the franchise seems to be in flux, as Kennedy and her team figure out where to take the Star Wars series next.
    https://screenrant.com/star-wars-movies ... n-kennedy/
    :lolsuper:

     Sudit
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    Qual essa mania de mulheres quererem se impor em filmes de ação e guerra?

    Tem tantos estilos de filmes, mas teimam em querer ser centro de atenção em estilos que não são boas. Na verdade pulando etapas.

     Channer
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    Já estou até vendo, maior propaganda de filme para as mulheres emponderadas, esse Star Wars não é pra homens, coisas do tipo. Ai vai ser um fracasso e vão culpar os homens.
    Oras.

     ai caramba
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    piranha filha da puta!

     ArnaldoCésarCoelho
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    Imagina uma mulher dirigindo um filme que 99% dos consumidores do gênero são homens... com certeza vai dar certo.

     Sudit
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    Pior é colocarem alguma diretora sem experiencia, que seus unicos trabalhos de destaque foram alguns comerciais de tv.

    É uma coisa que digo... esse movimento de "diversidade" que anda invadindo hollywood, é apenas um cabide de emprego para amigos.

     Wukong SSJ
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    A regra é simples

    Star Wars assinado por Jon Favreau ou Taika Waititi, assisto

    Se não for, no máximo rola um torresmo p dar uma conferida

     ai caramba
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    Collin fez aquelas bostas de Jurassic World

    Ia ser outra bomba esse Duel of Fates

     .Kiko.
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    STAR WARS: "In the wake of the events of The Rise of Skywalker, Rey, Poe and Finn aren't finished fighting the First Order"

    https://comicbook.com/starwars/2020/02/ ... ker-ig-88/


    When Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker landed in theaters, it came with the implication that the Skywalker Saga had come to an end, with the cast regularly hinting that they were moving on from the franchise seemingly dashing all hope of seeing the beloved characters again, but when IDW Entertainment relaunches Star Wars Adventures in May, fans will get to see the adventures of Rey, Poe, and Finn after the events of that film.

    Star Wars Adventures #1 is described, "An exciting new era begins! Each issue in this monthly series will feature two stories starring all your favorite Star Wars characters! In the wake of the events of The Rise of Skywalker, Rey, Poe, and Finn aren't finished fighting the First Order. Plus, an all-new tale of everyone's favorite droid bounty hunter from [Star Wars:] The Empire Strikes Back ⁠— IG-88! (With apologies to 4-LOM.)"

    The book will be written by Michael Moreci and feature framing sequences by Derek Charm. A new artist will illustrate each issue, which includes Arianna Florean, Megan Levens, Valentina Pinto, Davide Tinto, and Philip Murphy. The covers of each issue will be crafted by Charm.

    :xis:

     .Kiko.
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     JLucasRJ
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