Directors we wish would make another feature film

The news that Nancy Meyers would be returning to the director’s chair for a Netflix rom-com was balm for her many fans who have been waiting more than seven years for another soothing kitchen set game like It’s Complicated.

David Lynch fans were thrilled when rumors surfaced that the ‘Mulholland Drive’ author might be bringing a new feature film to Cannes. But since there’s still a chance we’ll see a Wisteria TV series or feature on Netflix — or elsewhere — we’ll sideline Lynch for now.

Meanwhile, Kathryn Bigelow recently announced that she’ll be making Aurora, her first film since 2017’s Detroit, while Francis Ford Coppola is still vowing he’ll have Megalopolis on the way soon.

Then there’s George Lucas, who practically hung up his eyepiece after Revenge of the Sith, saying at the time he was turning to smaller independent films. He’s never made any, but the retired “Star Wars” creator is so busy with projects like the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art that it’s unlikely he’ll want to return to feature grind.

And as much as we’d love a sequel to The Heartbreak Kid, 89-year-old Elaine May is probably enjoying her retired honorary Oscar and may not feel the need to try to beat Clint Eastwood at directors’ work. into her 90’s game.

Though many directors have moved to work more in episodic television, there’s still something special about the announcement of a new feature film that can give a respected auteur film a space to really flex its creative muscles. Here’s a selection of directors we really wish would fly their author flags with a feature film. We hope it’s destined for the big screen too.

https://variety.com/lists/directors-who-should-make-another-movie/ Directors we wish would make another feature film

Charles Jones

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