#Star Wars Series

Star Wars The Bad Batch Season 2: When Will The Series Return?

Star Wars: The Bad Batch season 2 is set to release in 2022. The Star Wars franchise is one of the most iconic and well-known franchises in cinematic history. The Bad Batch season 1 was released on May 4, 2021, with a total of 16 episodes that aired for 22 minutes each episode. Star Wars: The Bad Batch season 2 has been confirmed by LucasFilm as being in production and will be released sometime next year with a total number of episodes not yet determined. There are some details about the series that have come out already though including some spoilers about what we can expect from Star Wars: The Bad Batch season 2!
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Will the New ‘Star Wars’ Trilogy Resurrect Kylo Ren?

Please note: some posts may contain affiliate links which means our team could earn money if you purchase products from our site. Will the New ‘Star Wars’ Trilogy Resurrect Kylo Ren? According to a scope from The Den of Nerds YouTube channel, one of the new Star Wars Trilogies will reportedly see the return of Kylo Ren and backing up the rumors that Daisy Ridley would be returning to her role as Rey Skywalker. The details on HOW Ben Solo or Kylo Ren would return are murky at best, but many are wondering if this may be a key element in the mysterious trilogy coming from Star Wars: The Last Jedi director, Rian Johnson.
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‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’ Star Reveals ‘Star Wars’ Series’ Wrap Gifts

Obi-Wan Kenobi star Bonnie Piesse revealed the series wrap gift she received for participating in the Star Wars show. It’s hard to believe it but Star Wars fans are finally getting an Obi-Wan Kenobi trilogy that explores the Jedi master’s time on Tatooine. The series, directed by Deborah Chow, who previously lent her talent to The Mandalorian, is set to hit Disney Plus later next year. Ewan McGregor returns as Obi-Wan Kenobi, with Hayden Christensen formally stepping into the Darth Vader suit.

‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’ TV Show Has Wrapped Filming, Says Ewan McGregor

The actor announced the news after his Emmy win for ‘Halston’. It looks like we’re one step closer to finally seeing Jedi Master Obi-Wan Kenobi on our television screens. The Star Wars series of the same name has been the talk of the town since it was announced, and with the show shooting over the summer, fans have been clamoring for any news of the new series.
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Star Wars Goes FULL Anime With Star Wars: Visions

Disney+’s new Star Wars series, Star Wars: Visions, is a full-on anime series – and people are raving about it. You’d think, given that George Lucas drew heavily from Akira Kurosawa films for his OG Star Wars movies, that mixing Star Wars with anime would have happened sooner given the popularity of the two things.

Star Wars: Visions May Influence Future Star Wars Stories Says Producer

The producers of Disney+’s upcoming animated Star Wars series say that the show may have a lasting impact on the future of Star Wars storytelling. Star Wars: Visions producers Kanako Shirasaki and James Waugh say that Disney+’s upcoming animated series may influence future Star Wars stories. Visions is an animated anthology series co-developed by Lucasfilm and several acclaimed Japanese animation studios such as Studio Trigger (Kill La Kill, Promare) and Production I.G (Ghost in the Shell). The series is far from Lucasfilm’s first foray into animation, though it will mark the studio’s first venture into Japanese anime as a storytelling medium. Despite the experimental premise of the show, Shirasaki and Waugh insist that the series may be influential to the future of Star Wars storytelling.

Lucasfilm isn’t worried about oversaturation in Star Wars just yet

We’re at an unprecedented time in Star Wars history right now where we have the privileged of getting a lot of Star Wars content all the time. That’s mostly thanks to Disney+, which has the bandwidth to accommodate back to back Star Wars series. And, of course, it also has to do with demand — from both the studio and the fans. But is the studio putting out more Star Wars content than fans are demanding?

Review: Star Wars: Visions Disney+ Series (Spoiler Free)

It is well known that one of the influences on George Lucas when creating Star Wars was the 1958 Japanese film The Hidden Fortress, directed by Akira Kurosawa. The film was instrumental in persuading Lucas to tell the story from the viewpoint of the droids. Now, 45 years later, Star Wars returns to its roots with the Star Wars: Visions project featuring non-canon Star Wars stories told through the lenses of some of seven of Japan’s best anime studios (Geno Studio, Kamikaze Douga, Kinema Citrus, Production I.G., Science SARU, Studio Colorido and TRIGGER).
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How to watch ‘Star Wars: Visions’

The Star Wars galaxy is unfathomably vast. Most stories here focus on the struggle for freedom and “the force.” However, in this far, away place, there’s a lot more happening at the periphery. Star Wars: Visions offers a series of short films showcasing a new look at the galaxy. The...

Boba Fett Actor Will Also Be In Another ‘Star Wars’ Series

When it comes to the most iconic Star Wars characters Boba Fett is one of the first to come to mind. With Temuera Morrison taking the role of everyone’s favorite bounty hunter in Season 2 of The Mandalorian and The Book Of Boba Fett coming at the end of the year there has been a lot of exposure for the character in recent Star Wars.

Obi-Wan Kenobi series: everything we know about the Star Wars prequel show

– Features Ewan McGregor and Hayden Christensen reprising their prequel trilogy roles. – Ensemble cast includes Joel Edgerton, Kumail Nanjiani, Rupert Friend and Sung Kang. Obi-Wan Kenobi’s story will continue in a new series on Disney Plus. A Star Wars miniseries focused on Ewan McGregor’s Jedi-in-exile has now finished filming – and while Obi-Wan Kenobi doesn’t have an official release date, yet, we’re expecting to see the show land in 2022.

Disney+’s Obi-Wan Kenobi Series Has Already Wrapped Production

Coming off from successfully winning his first Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series for his performance in Netflix’s Halston, Ewan McGregor gave an update regarding his highly-anticipated Obi-Wan Kenobi series. During the 2021 Emmys, while speaking to the press backstage, McGregor went on to confirm that production on Lucasfilm’s newest live-action Star Wars series for Disney+ has finally been completed after nearly five months of filming in Los Angeles. He also continues to hype up the project, teasing that fans won’t be disappointed, especially with the cool new technology that they’ve employed during its production.

OBI-WAN KENOBI Star Ewan McGregor Promises The STAR WARS Series Will Not Disappoint Fans

Ewan McGregor picked up his first Emmy during last night's ceremony for his role in Netflix's Halston. In that series, he played the iconic fashion designer (born Roy Halston Frowick), exploring his rise to fame during the 1970s and beyond. Of course, for Star Wars fans, they're quite a bit more excited to see the actor on the small screen in Disney+'s Obi-Wan Kenobi.