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Lucasfilm Reportedly Wants Ewan McGregor’s Obi-Wan In Star Wars Movies

Back in the halcyon days of five years ago where the billion-dollar success of Rogue One made it look as though Lucasfilm’s ambitious strategy to release a new Star Wars blockbuster every year was going to pay off, several projects were placed into active development, the majority of which focused on fan favorite characters.
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‘The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles’ Now Streaming On Paramount Plus

To prepare the world for the fifth and final Indiana Jones movie, all episodes of The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles (also known as The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones) are now streaming… On Paramount Plus. Between the third and fourth movies, Lucasfilm and Amblin Television tried their hands at making...
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Emilia Clarke Appreciates The ‘Star Wars: Solo’ Love But Denies Involvement With The ‘Lando’ Series

Lucasfilm and Disney might have had grand plans for multiple films if “Solo: A Star Wars Story” had been a monster success. Instead, it became a costly experiment in blockbuster filmmaking that lost money and suffered a trouble production narrative. ‘Solo’ didn’t hit financial targets given the hefty production costs due to reshoots with replacement director Ron Howard after Phil Lord and Chris Miller were fired over creative differences with only three weeks of filmmaking left.
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Star Wars: Emilia Clarke Hasn't Heard About Qi'ra Returning for Disney+

Virtually ever since audiences met Qi'ra in Solo: A Star Wars Story, audiences have wondered when we could see more adventures from the Emilia Clarke character, though the actor recently confirmed that she has yet to hear any plans for bringing the character back into live-action anytime soon. The nature of the Star Wars fandom means that audiences will speculate about characters appearing in all manner of adventures, even if there's no hints that such an event could occur, but thanks to the comic book Star Wars: War of the Bounty Hunters, readers were given our first tease in years that Qi'ra could play an important role in the franchise's future.
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The Mandalorian spin-off has wrapped filming, says star

The Book of Boba Fett has taken a big step towards meeting its December 2021 release date. According to star Temuera Morrison, the Star Wars Disney Plus series has officially wrapped production, which gives us hope that it'll arrive before the end of the year. Morrison was speaking to SFX...
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Emilia Clarke Sounds Off on Potential Star Wars Return in Lando Series

Socially awkward straightedge fraud. Star Wars fans are still in a state of euphoria after finding out that Solo character Qi'Ra is still alive and well after making her surprising return in Star Wars: War of the Bounty Hunters #1, a comic that is set between The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi. Considering the comics are actually canon to the franchise, there's always a good chance that the storylines would later be incorporated in live-action, something that has been made a possibility thanks to Disney+.
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The Power of the Force Gets the Star Wars Black Series Treatment

Hasbro has revealed new Lucasfilm 50th Anniversary Star Wars Black Series figures, harkening back to the 90s line!. I gotta say, I have absolutely been in love with the 50th Anniversary packaging Hasbro has been doing. From the old Phantom Menace designs, and most recently the 2008 Clone Wars packaging, it’s really neat to see the Black Series figures get that old-school feel. Today’s announcement (coming from the collecting site From 4-LOM to Zuckuss) has me super excited.
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New The Bad Batch Black Series Toys Revealed

On top of showing off the new Lucasfilm 50th Anniversary figures this morning, Hasbro has also shown off new toys from The Bad Batch!. Star Wars collectors have even more to look forward to, as Hasbro has revealed three new figures (two based on Bad Batch, with one from Clone Wars) which will be various retail exclusives:
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Every upcoming StarWars movie and TV series in the works

When George Lucas opened up the curtain on a galaxy far, far away, he could have never imagined that his intrepid space film would launch a universe that included dozens of follow-up films, television shows, radio plays, cartoons, and theme park rides. Star Wars content has never been in short supply by any means, but after the back-to-back releases of Last Jedi and Solo, then Disney studio chief Bob Iger made the decision to scale back on theatrical output just as Mandalorian was starting production for Disney+.
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Inquisitors Show Rumored To Be In The Works For Disney Plus

There’s been a lot of chatter swirling around the possible live-action debut of the Inquisitors in an imminent Star Wars streaming show. The lineup has hardly been averse to the idea of leaning into a combination of nostalgia and fan service when it comes to parachuting in longtime favorites from both the live-action and animated canon, so it’s no surprise that the Jedi hunters would find themselves the subjects of much speculation.
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Star Wars: Visions Sneak Peek Will Debut at Anime Expo Lite

Star Wars has found a new life on television, and much of that success is thanks to Disney+. While the franchise's sequel trilogy was mostly well-received, its solo outings left much to be desired. This all changed with The Mandalorian, and now, fans will get a look at Star Wars: Visions before the anime goes live this year.
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First Look at Star Wars Visions Coming Next Month

The Anime Expo has announced they’ll be hosting a panel for Star Wars Visions at next month’s Anime Expo Lite, giving a sneak peak of the show. Despite coming out later this year, with a tie-in novel already announced for this Fall as well, we know almost nothing about Star Wars Visions. It’s an anthology anime show, but we’ve no real word on the filmmakers behind it or anything else beyond the title treatment.
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Star Wars: Visions Sneak Peek Coming To The Anime Expo

Star Wars: Visions Sneak Peek Coming To The Anime Expo. At last years Disney Investor Day event, a brand new Star Wars animated short series called “Visions” was announced, and it will be something different, as the shorts will present an all-new, creative take on the galaxy far, far away, that celebrates Star Wars through the lens of the world’s best anime creators and storytellers.
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Anime Expo to Sneak Peek ‘Star Wars: Visions’ Anthology Series

Anime Expo announced that Lucasfilm will bring a galaxy far, far away to Anime Expo Lite this July with Star Wars: Visions – Sneak Preview. The half-hour session is slated for July 3 at 3 p.m. PST. Join host and pop culture maven Chastity Vicencio, Lucasfilm’s Jacqui Lopez (executive producer),...
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New ‘Star Wars’ photos show off the villains of ‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’ series

We saw our first glimpse of Ewan McGregor as Obi-Wan Kenobi in the new “Obi-Wan Kenobi” series this week. But more leaked photos show off the villains of the series (and no, it’s not Darth Vader), according to Den of Geek. Specifically, we see photos of Indira Varma (“Game of Thrones”), who appears to be dressed as an Imperial officer. We also see a stormtrooper walking around, too.