The Star Wars movie director sounds like a dream job, but that’s no guarantee that if you get started with the project, you can finish it. If you do not believe, ask Phil Lord and Christopher Miller.

The two directors of the independent film for Han Solo left the set weeks before shooting. The reason is classic – creative differences between then and Lucasfilm and Disney.

“Miller and Lord were stunned to find that they were not being granted freedom to run the production in the manner that they were accustomed to. They balked at Kennedy’s tight control on the set,” reads the Variety report. “Kennedy did not approve of their shooting style and process of interacting with actors and crew. They weren’t given the leeway to do what they had to do.”

The news itself is unpleasant, but it is particularly interesting that the production is at an advanced stage, and the end of the shooting is less than a month. This means that the new director will not only have the hard job of bringing his own vision of the film, but also a little time to do so.

Lucasfilm’s boss Kathleen Kennedy has confirmed that a new director will be chosen “soon,” but what has happened is definitely casting a shadow on the film starring Alden Ehrenreich as the titular character, alongside Woody Harrelson, Emilia Clarke, Donald Glover, Thandie Newton, Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Joonas Suotamo.

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