Amy Hennig Names Co-Writer for Visceral Star Wars Project

Amy Hennig Names Co-Writer for Visceral Star Wars Project

The ex-Naughty Dog writer has recruited a friend to work alongside her on the as-yet unannounced Star Wars project.

The involvement of Uncharted scribe Amy Hennig has got a lot of people interested in Visceral's upcoming Star Wars project.

Now, Hennig has taken the opportunity to announce that she will be collaborating on the project with her friend Todd Stashwick, who will be acting as co-writer.

Stashwick is a veteran actor as well as a writer, and is known for his roles as Eli in Heroes, Dale Malloy in The Riches and Father Kieran in The Originals. His voice also made an appearance in the Uncharted 4 trailer from a while back, suggesting he's involved with Hennig's ex-employers in some capacity or another as well as Visceral.

This is not, to our knowledge, what Hennig and Stashwick are working on. But oh gosh, imagine if it was...

Stashwick is excited to be involved with the project, as he cites the 1977 original Star Wars movie as being, in his opinion, the best movie ever, and one that "profoundly shaped [his] life" according to an exchange with a fan on Twitter.

"As devout gaming/Star Wars geeks [Amy] and I plan on writing a game we want to play," he tweeted. "We will be our harshest critics. I’m over the moon…wait…that’s no moon..."

We see what you did there.

Sometimes we include links to online retail stores. If you click on one and make a purchase we may receive a small commission. See our terms & conditions.

Related articles

Bloodborne Remaster Rumors Gain Traction, But Don't Quite Match Bluepoint's Previous Comments

Past statements from Bluepoint may dampen excitement for today's big rumors.

EA Play Is the Latest Event to Get Delayed

Another one week delay for a not-E3 2020 event.

The Video Game Industry Hits a Breaking Point

THIS WEEK IN BUSINESS | Big game companies across the industry finally started using their voices to say something this week.

Summer Games Done Quick Goes All-Online Due to COVID-19

The charity speedrunning event is sticking to its dates in August, though.

You may also like

Destiny 2 Is Sending off the Season of the Worthy With an Almighty Bang

Or at least, that's what will happen if Rasputin has the goods.

Command & Conquer Remastered Collection Review: Let's Rock

Still hell marching after all these years.

The Guerrilla Collective Delays Its Digital Festival, Plans Show to Highlight Black Voices

The three day event has been pushed back, but there will be a new stream on Sunday.

Call of Duty Adds In-Game Black Lives Matter Messages

A new statement appears in both Modern Warfare and Warzone.