A whirlwind of anxiety and distress came up over the Star Wars community after Lucasfilm announced that the studio had decided to part ways with Han Solo directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller in the middle of the highly anticipated spin-off movie's principal photography.
Fans following the film's production know that things were going on pretty smoothly till the announcement last week, and the entire affair sparked a lot of talk about whether Lucasfilm was too tight on its directors, and whether the studio picked out its filmmakers right.
Meanwhile, outside of the Han Solo affair, questions regarding Lucasfilm's decision making skills were raised after Star Wars: Episode 9 director Colin Trevorrow's latest movie The Book of Henry turned out to be a massive flop.
Now, in the midst of all the commotion Express asks fans whether Lucasfilm should also fire Trevorrow before he messes up the Star Wars sequel trilogy finale.
Going with a "Yes – Producers should play it safe" and "No – The Book of Henry is a totally different project," the publication's poll already has 150 voters answering whether the studio should keep Trevorrow on the project.
While some may argue that The Book of Henry has little to do with Star Wars and that the movie and Trevorrow's Star Wars film are two entirely different things, fans can't help but feel a little bit antsy. What are your thoughts? Should Trevorrow stay? Feel free to share your ideas in the comment section below.
Star Wars: Episode 9 hits cinemas on May 24, 2019. The next Star Wars film, The Last Jedi premieres December 15, 2017.