Sources tell us Gareth Edwards, “director” of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story has signed on for another Tony Gilroy Star Wars movie. We’ve been told Gilroy will, yet again, wait until after principal photography –which sources tell us Edwards calls “practice time”- to come and rescue the project from total failure. We hear Edwards is already shooting footage that won’t be used and will definitely not be on the Blu-Ray but will cost the studio tens of millions of dollars. When asked why the studio is willing to hemorrhage money when they could just hire Tony Gilroy outright and not Edwards, the source told us “studio executives don’t like to rock the boat… if something worked once, even if it makes no goddamn sense whatsoever, they will do it again and again until it no longer works, then blame everyone but themselves for it.”
We are still digging to find out what movie Edwards will watch Gilroy fix but we can tell you it is definitely not an Obi-Wan Kenobi movie because that’s not happening until after 2020 so get over it you annoying Reddit dipshits. Stay tuned right here for more sourced leaks.