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She has a special talent for knowing when to mix fight scenes with drama.Plus, it would be great to finally see a female director leave her mark on the Star Wars universe.Imagine if he was tasked with making a mystical movie about the origin story of Yoda.Wes Anderson: No one gets quirky characters like Anderson, but he also often uses themes of friendship, family conflict and the freedom to be yourself.In the past few years, Lucasfilm and parent company Disney have made some unusual choices: Rian Johnson ("Breaking Bad" and "Looper") has the helm of "The Last Jedi," Gareth Edwards ("Godzilla") directed "Rogue One," and then there's Christopher Lord and Phil Miller ("The Lego Movie").
He could do the same for an upcoming Star Wars movie.
He can do both kid-friendly content like "Trollhunters" but also understands the darker side of storytelling like his TV series "The Strain" and his gothic horror film "Crimson Peak." James Gunn: After watching "Guardians of the Galaxy" and "Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol.
2," it's easy to imagine Gunn giving that same Star-Lord swagger to one of the expanded universe characters like Jaxxon the smuggler, or maybe a stand-alone movie with Star Wars' own version of the Guardians called the Star-Hoppers of Aduba-3.
Steven Spielberg: His strength with action and sci-fi storytelling is almost unparalleled. Edgar Wright: This is a great choice since he clearly understands how to make a buddy movie with the right amount of action and humor.
After all, this is the same man who directed such iconic sci-fi stories as "Close Encounters of the Third Kind," "E. Wright might be best known for his Simon Pegg/Nick Frost comedies like "Shaun of the Dead," "Hot Fuzz" and "The World's End," but he's also showing fans that he can make an action movie full of suspense with his latest film, "."Patty Jenkins: Thanks to the impressive success of "Wonder Woman," it's hard for Hollywood to nay-say female directors in the genre of geeky blockbusters.