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In a week of reports about games coming out of the left field (check out the LoL bombshell from Reuters yesterday) Buzzfeed News has an exclusive about an upcoming movie based on the Star Wars video game Knights Of The Old Republic. According to sources, Laeta Kalogridis, who previously worked on Alita: Battle Angel, is now writing the screenplay. The report claims the script is nearing completion and would be the first "of a potential KOTOR trilogy". It would appear that Game Of Thrones showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss will not be involved as some initially speculated, as Laeta Kalogridis (Avatar, Shutter Island) appears to be helming the script.
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If you thought Star Wars was dead, you have not been paying attention. The news comes from BuzzFeed, who note that the scribe is nearly done with her work and there are already plans to turn it into a trilogy, granted the first outing performs well enough. On the other hand, her IMDb credits don't always inspire the most confidence, and she was nominated for a Razzie at one point. The first woman to write a Star Wars movie since Leigh Brackett co-wrote 1980's The Empire Strikes Back with Lawrence Kasdan, Kalogridis is said to have joined Lucasfilm in the spring of 2018 with the intent to adapt the beloved IP. Once again, most of us assumed that it would indeed be Benioff and Weiss' projects. "Right now, I have no idea where things might fall".