‘Star Wars’ establishes itself as a vast and vast array galaxy

‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’ It was originally going to be a movie directed by Stephen Daldry (“The Hours”, “The Crown”), but the need for content for Disney+ eventually turned it into a series. It’s also been on television lately that ‘Star Wars’ projects seem luckier. For die-hard fans, Dave Filoni’s animated series is a worthy extension of the original trilogy. and three years ago ‘The Mandalorian’Conceived by Jon Favreau in alliance with Filoni, it reached a popular and critical consensus not seen in a long time.

As the series’ cinematic potential is redefined, Lucasfilm and its parent company The Walt Disney Co. are consolidating the “Star Wars” universe (more and less) on the small screen. So far we’ve only seen one live-action season a year on Disney+, but according to a recent ‘Vanity Fair’ cover story, plans are about to end at least three.

‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’ will follow, On August 31, ‘Andor’ as Diego Luna reprises his role of rebel spy Cassian Andor in ‘Rogue One’. That’s right, this isn’t a sequel: in that movie Andor gave his own life for Rebellion. In fact, it takes place five years before him and chronicles his journey as an immigrant (from a vanished homeland to a constantly moving horizon) and his jump from nihilism to blind faith in a cause. The third season of The Mandalorian is also likely to premiere later this year..

It will definitely come in 2023, ‘Ahsoka’, ‘spin-off’ with Rosario Dawson as the titular gray Jedi, made the transition from Filoni animation to star appearances in ‘The Mandalorian’ and ‘The Book of Boba Fett’. Mary Elizabeth Winstead (newly married to Ewan McGregor: Galactic Family) joins Dawson in an as-yet-undisclosed role. I hope 2023 will be the year we will see ‘helper’A mysterious thriller set during the High Republic, a century before the time of Skywalker. Leslye CapeHe promised Natasha Lyonne the ‘Russian Doll’ ‘showrunner’ position to focus on it. “A look at the political, personal and spiritual issues of a time we don’t know much about”.

Further on the horizon lies a newly announced series called codenames. grammar rodeowhich jon watts (director of the last ‘Spider-Man’ trilogy) plans to inject the spirit of early 1980s adventures into an adventure set in the days after the fall of the Empire. Nearby sources describe it as: “‘Stranger Things’ in Space”. It doesn’t sound bad either.

Source: Informacion


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