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Dave Filoni is emotional about the opening scene of his movie STAR WARS; but he is focused on the second season of AHSOKA

Dave Filoni is emotional about the opening scene of his movie STAR WARS;  but he is focused on the second season of AHSOKA

Dave Filoni he is busy at Lucasfilm as Chief Creative Officer and, at the same time, is involved in the development of two greats Star Wars projects. He is currently working on his Star Wars film and the second season of Ahsoka.

During a recent interview with GamesRadar, Filoni offered an update on the matter Star Wars film and especially shared his excitement over the film’s opening sequence that he invented.

Speaking about the film in an interview on the Happy Sad Confused podcast, he said: “Because I wrote [Ahsoka season 2]things have worked out and I have a much better idea of ​​where things will go.

He continued: “I have to say I have an opening that I really like quite a lot, I’m very excited about that photo. I’m excited about the potential of doing that.”

While Filoni has a vision for the film he’s trying to make, right now he’s focused Ahsoka Season 2. He added: “Right now, my focus is clearly on [Ahsoka season 2] as well as the rest of the galaxy and the way it spins.”

Filoni also said it was “fun to dive in and [work with]” Jon Favreau ON The Mandalorian and Grogu and talked about the rest of the franchise and how he’s putting “one foot in front of the other” when it comes to the big slate Star Wars projects.

Speaking previously about the film, Filoni said: “The way I see it, I’m there [small] stories, and then there’s also the big story of the day.

A new hope, [The Empire Strikes Back]AND Return of the Jedi tell the important parts of the tale that really define the history of the period. There are all kinds of substories underneath. We built all these little stories.”

The director then went on to talk about the theatrical experience, saying that a film like the one he is making will contain an era-defining event: “For me, a theatrical experience has to have a big idea – a monumental moment in a time of time this changes what is happening.

“What Tony [Gilroy] did [in Andor] and what we did [Star Wars] Rebels, everything changes when Luke blows up the Death Star. You look for those moments that define an era, and that’s what movies should be about, whether it’s characters coming together, or a defining moment.”

I’d be curious to know what Filoni thinks The Acolyte.

by Joey Paur
Source: Geek Tyrant

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