Publicado: Vie, Noviembre 09, 2018
Espectáculos | Por Manuelo Venegas

Disney plans new Star Wars prequel series

Disney plans new Star Wars prequel series

It also will incorporate programming from National Geographic, which it acquires when its $71.3 billion acquisition of 21st Century Fox closes.

"Going back to the Star Wars universe is very special for me", Luna told in a story tied to Iger's announcement.

Diego Luna will star in a new "Star Wars" series for Disney's new streaming service. The company has also tapped Jon Favreau to write and executive produce another Star Wars TV series entitled "The Mandalorian", which centers on a "lone gunfighter" and his adventures in the far reaches of the galaxy.

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It's also still hazy if the original cast consisting of Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul will be returning for the upcoming venture. It adds that production is starting in New Mexico this month and that the movie is shooting under the project name Greenbrier .

This marks the second Star Wars-based original series to be created for the streaming service. A release date for the series has not yet been announced, but production will begin in 2019. "I have so many memories of the great work we did together and the relationships I made throughout the journey". Luna will reprise the role for the show.

As we learned in Rogue One, Cassian operated outside the official scope of the Rebel Alliance's military operations, running black ops missions, and operating in a world of skullduggery, intrigue, and murders most foul. Disney Channel musical phenom, High School Musical, will be rebooted for the streaming service. This could be a reaction to Solo: A Star Wars Story's lackluster performance at the box office, but it's more than likely a play to ensure that Disney+ can attract as many subscribers as possible. The service also include such exclusive films as Noel, a Christmas movie about Santa's daughter played by Anna Kendrick, and Togo, a movie about the 1925 Nome Serum Run starring William DaFoe.

Iger sought to differentiate Disney+ plus from Hulu, the streaming service it will gain a controlling 60% stake in with the completion of the Fox deal.

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