Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige remains tightlipped on the details of his Star Wars film. It has been reported that Feige and Loki writer Michael Waldron is working on a Star Wars film.
Feige has always acted coy when it comes to sharing details. Fans are on the lookout for what the producer has to offer.
In our previous report about Feige's interview with Collider, Feige refused to give any details when pressed for more information regarding his Star Wars film. He was asked about the status of the film's script to which Feige replied that it is in progress.
Since Feige gave a sparse answer, he was asked once again if the project will be a solo movie or if it will be a Disney+ series. Instead of answering if the project will be a movie or a Disney+ series, his reply was that the movie is not about Han Solo and that Hans Solo is not in it. Feige said, "It's not about Han Solo. Han Solo is not in it, though."
Feige's evasive answers are nothing new. In fact, this has been Feige's pattern of answering when asked about the project. Previously, he hinted at characters and actors that may be featured without giving specific answers.
Being the person who is behind the massive world built for the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Feige has mastered the art of answering questions without revealing too much information.
As of the moment, Feige is quite busy with Phase 4 of the MCU. The MCU has several projects ready to release such as the Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, Eternals, Spider-Man: No Way Home, and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.
Fans will have to wait for more details on Feige's Star Wars film since the producer is currently focused on the MCU at the moment.