Spider-Man: No Way Home Director Making a Goonies Style Star Wars Show – IGN Now

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A Vanity Fair article recently revealed director Jon Watts’ next project: a Star Wars series set in a post-Return of the Jedi galaxy that will be a throwback to the 1980s coming-of-age films of Amblin Entertainment. Think Goonies and E.T. and you’re on the right track. Watts recently completed the Tom Holland Spider-Man trilogy for Marvel, and was attached to direct the Fantastic Four film, but stepped back to work on smaller projects. A Disney+ series might be considered “smaller” than a big comic book tentpole movie, but it’s Star Wars, so it’ll probably have the budget of summer blockbuster. Would you watch this show? Let us know in the comments!

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