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She also actually played Saché in "The Phantom Menace," so she already has special insight into what it's like to be part of Star Wars.
Plus, imagine how retro-cool the soundtrack would be.
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.
Bryan Singer: Channeling both "X2: X-Men United" and "X-Men: Days of Future Past," Singer is great with developing franchises and making nerd-friendly content a little more mainstream, just as long as we don't accidentally get a "Superman Returns" along the way.
Maybe Singer could give us a movie dedicated to the diverse students attending the Jedi Academy?
Choosing a director for a new Star Wars movie is tricky.