After the success of The Mandalorianat Disney know very well that in their hands they have a gold mine that you can also succeed on the small screen, and no way desaprovecharán that opportunity. According to Varietythe led by Mickey Mouse already prepare another set of Star Wars for Disney+. However, it would be set in a new era for the universe created by George Lucas. Maybe the High Republic?
They also point out that the content you will have as protagonist a female character, not to mention still details a narrative of the same. On the other hand, the above-mentioned medium added to that Leslye Headland, one of the minds behind the acclaimed Russian Doll Netflix will be responsible for the new series of Star Wars. Yes, for the moment it is unknown the release date or who will make up the cast.
It would not be anything strange that the company follow the strategy of giving more prominence to women in their productions; even the last trilogy Star Wars tour around Kings his consecration as a Jedi. For its part, the Movie Universe of Marvel is betting very strong heroines. Black Widowwith Scarlett Johansson to the head, opens the heel of the phase 4 of the next 6 of November.
Just yesterday, the same source reported that Jon Favreau and his creative team are already working on the third season of The Mandalorian; remember that the second you see the light during October of this year, always and when the coronavirus does not stand in the plans of the platform. Beyond the long-awaited return of Baby Yoda, one of the main novelties is the incorporation of Ahsoka Tano, former apprentice of Anakin Skywalker,
However, on the way come other two series of the saga. The first will be a prequel of Rogue One: a history of Star Warsand it will focus on the figure of the Captain Cassian Andor, who once again will be interpreted by the mexican Diego Luna. The other, probably the most expected of the franchise in a long time, is the series of Obi-Wan Kenobi to Ewan MacGregor. The bad news is that neither of the two contents has a release date.
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