Lucasfilm prepares more Star Wars series not yet announced

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Empire magazine’s Star Wars interview series has provided some headlines on the future of the galactic saga. And although the future of Rangers of the New Republic, one of the spin-off of The Mandalorian, seems uncertain to say the least (President Kathleen Kennedy has hinted its cancellation), Lucasfilm explore other audiovisual proposals. The president herself has confirmed to Empire that they are working on unannounced series.

Empire writes that despite the number of products in the works, Kennedy has said there is still more to be announced. “We have a couple of things that are in the oven.” Of course, the responsible maxim of Lucasfilm has not given more clues about it, so it will be necessary to wait until Disney chooses the specific date for its reveal.

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During Disney Investors Day 2020, the Mickey Mouse company presented its roadmap regarding the galactic saga. Series like Ahsoka, Lando, The Acolyte or the ill-fated Rangers of the New Republic were unveiled at that event, although only the logos were shown. In addition, the filming of Star Wars: Andor and Obi-Wan Kenobi has already been completed. What is known is that the filming process for Ahsoka will begin in March, and that the series will premiere after the third season of The Mandalorian.

In the near future still, The Book of Boba Fett will delight fans of the hunter, as the first season will begin its journey on television from December 29. Set during the same time as The Mandalorian, this new fiction led by Jon Favreau, Dave Filoni and Robert Rodríguez promises to show the next steps of Jabba’s criminal empire, now in the hands of Boba Fett himself. Only diplomacy and his combat skills will allow him to lead the organization.

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Source | Empire (via Bespin Bulletin)

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