I wondered if the explanation of scheduling conflicts was covering up for something, perhaps creative differences, or Lucasfilm not wanting to keep Patty Jenkins attached to the project after the critical reception of WW84 (similarly to how Josh Trank may have been dropped after Fantastic 4, the GOT directors may have been dropped after the final season, and Colin Trevorrow may have been dropped after Henry). I hoped not, because Rogue Squadron made me quite excited and I really didn’t want the movie to be cancelled.
According to reports, scheduling conflicts indeed aren’t the whole picture, but it’s nothing to be too worried about. According to this article from Jordan Maison, who’s been reliable in the past, LFL just want to fine tune the script and get the film right, which I’m glad to hear. This article also has some details about how Lucasfilm are approaching film productions at the minute, and about potential secret movies in the pipeline (which could take Rogue Squadron’s 2023 slot)