Move over Spidey, Kevin Feige is making space in his heart for the Galaxy Far, Far Away. As reported on October 25, Feige has been invited by Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy to have a hand producing a future Star Wars film. Among the fan community the reaction has been mixed. Some, quite fairly, groaned at the aspect of creative control of a Star Wars property in the hands of one more white man. To recap, here’s the list of previous Star Wars films that have not had a white man in the captain’s chair so to speak: .
“My Chinese name is now part of Star Wars. I’m glad I never changed it. It reps that little girl struggling with her identity & dreaming of something more.”
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This is freaking AMAZING INFO! Congratulations to @TroyKotsur! This is one of my favorite moments in chapter 5 as my son used sign language to communicate between the ages of 2-3years old due to his SPD. Much Respect! #SWRepMatters #TheMandalorian https://twitter.com/swautograph/status/1203776755057774592
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