"I think the success of the MCU is, for all the amazing science-fiction and concepts and all that stuff; ultimately the success is built upon the characters, their humanity, their very relatable conflicts, friendships, and the family that is the MCU," Waldron told GQ. "And I think Star Wars, at its best, is a story about family. Han, Luke, and Leia were a family; you love seeing them together, and you hated it when they were split apart. It's great characters. That's nothing new. I am not going to blow anybody's mind with that headline – but that's my biggest takeaway."
Waldron also commented that "it's very early days on [Star Wars]. That's probably the thing I can say least about, unfortunately."
Doctor Strange 2, which is due out next year and is directed by Sam Raimi, was also penned by Waldron – and Waldron previously worked on Rick and Morty with Dan Harmon. Waldron talked more about collaborating with the three creatives: "The thing Kevin Feige shares in common with Dan Harmon and with Sam Raimi is an absolute collaborative spirit and a remarkable lack of ego given what he's accomplished. Kevin is a great listener. He wants to hear your ideas, take in how you might do something, and then help you make it better. Beyond all that, he's just a cool guy."
Details on the Star Wars movie are practically non-existent at the moment. We do know that Feige has reportedly approached a "major actor" about a role, but Feige himself, who will produce the film, has remained tight-lipped.
Considering Waldron joined the MCU with Loki, but has already penned Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness and will be writing Feige's Star Wars film, it's clear Feige has a lot of faith in Waldron. We can expect great things to come, then.
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