Patty Jenkins thinks it's impossible to make a "good" Star Wars movie in one year.
The 49-year-old director currently has various film and TV projects in the pipeline — including Rogue Squadron, an upcoming Star Wars film, as well as the biographical drama Cleopatra — but Patty has insisted she won't be rushing anything.
Speaking to Collider, she shared: "You can never do it in one year. You could never do a good Star Wars movie in one year or a good Cleopatra in one year. I think each of those movies take two years probably.
"But I do think, as I even learned on the two Wonder Woman's, I already had sold a limited TV series that I was in love with when they decided to move the Wonder Woman 1984 release date up. So suddenly it was happening on top of each other. And I was actually able to write a huge treatment and have a bunch of creative meetings and go off and do my show while pre-production was happening for 'Wonder Woman 1984'."
Despite her busy schedule, Patty is confident that she'll be able to balance all of her projects.
She explained: "Certainly, until I'm on set shooting Star Wars, I could be developing all sorts of other things and pushing them forward. It is actually possible.
"So, I think that's apparently how people do it, do multiple things at one time, which I'm usually pretty singularly focused, but I'm getting better at this all the time."— BANG