Kevin Feige’s ‘Star Wars’ Movie Not a Thing, According to Him.

So, the word on the street has been buzzing with rumors that our beloved Marvel Studios president, Kevin Feige, was gearing up to take the helm of a brand spankin’ new ‘Star Wars’ project. But hold onto your lightsabers, folks, because it looks like this epic crossover of universes is definitely not happening.

Let’s face it, with all the superhero shenanigans going on over at Marvel Studios, from wrapping up the Multiverse Saga to planting the seeds for the introduction of the X-Men into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Feige’s hands are kinda full. And on the other side of the galaxy, Lucasfilm is trying to regain its footing after the sequel trilogy didn’t quite hit lightspeed. So, it seems like Feige and ‘Star Wars’ were just never meant to be together. Cue the Darth Vader “Nooooo!”

When the man himself was questioned about his rumored ‘Star Wars’ movie, he straight up shut it down with a simple “No.” Short, sweet, and to the point. Looks like we won’t be seeing any crossover between the Avengers and the Jedi anytime soon.

If you’re craving the deets straight from the horse’s mouth, check out the full interview below, care of Entertainment Tonight. Get ready for some smooth moves, Star-Lord style.

The Future of ‘Star Wars’ Movies

In other exciting galaxy news, Lucasfilm has announced a trio of new ‘Star Wars’ movies during this year’s Star Wars Celebration in the UK. First up, we’ve got James Mangold, the mastermind behind hits like ‘Logan’ and ‘Ford v Ferrari’, who will be directing the first flick. And it’s all about the OG Jedi who brought the Force to life. Can we get a “May the Force be with you” for that?

Next on the roster, Dave Filoni, the Jedi maestro of ‘Star Wars: The Clone Wars’ and ‘Star Wars Rebels’, is taking the reins for the second film. And brace yourselves, because it’s gonna wrap up the storylines from the ‘Star Wars’ series streaming on Disney Plus. Get those Disney+ subscriptions ready, folks.

Last but definitely not least, we’ve got Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy stepping into the director’s chair for the final ‘Star Wars’ movie. We’re zipping 15 years into the future after ‘The Rise of the Skywalker’ and welcoming back Daisy Ridley as Rey. It’s all about that fresh, new Jedi order, baby! And, bonus, Obaid-Chinoy is making history as the first woman from Pakistan to snag an Academy Award. Talk about making herstory in the galaxy far, far away!