What Star Wars Could Learn From Marvel, According to Loki’s Head Writer
Loki head writer Michael Waldron shared his thoughts on what the Star Wars franchise could learn from the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
"I love both worlds a lot. I think they're both different and that they shouldn't try to be one another," Waldron told Bad Taste. "Like Loki, any great story is just founded on character. That's the thing. So whether you're dealing with the multiverse, or you're dealing with a galaxy far, far away, if you've got characters and relationships that you really invest in and care about, you're gonna be along for the ride."
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Waldron's comments follow a recent interview in which The Force Awakens and The Rise of Skywalker's J.J. Abrams admitted that the Star Wars sequel trilogy would've benefitted from having a definitive plan in place. "I’ve been involved in a number of projects that have been – in most cases, series – that have ideas that begin the thing where you feel like you know where it’s gonna go, and …
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