The Next Live-Action Series On Disney Plus Is Star Wars: Skeleton Crew

The Show Will Follow A Group Of Ten-Year-Old Children As They Attempt To Return Home

Star Wars: Skeleton Crew, a new Star Wars film starring Jude Law that will premiere on Disney Plus in 2023, is the newest addition to the streaming service’s Star Wars world.

Star Wars: Skeleton Crew was announced at Star Wars Celebration and is written by Jon Watts and Christopher Ford (Spider-Man: No Way Home), with Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni serving as producers.

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The series, announced during the Star Wars Celebration in Anaheim, is a coming-of-age story set in the sci-fi world. It will star “kids” in addition to Law, though we don’t know who they will be just yet. Jon Watts and Chris Ford, who previously cooperated on Spider-Man: Homecoming, are in charge of the project produced by Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni. Last week, a Vanity Fair piece previewed the series.

This new series will feature a group of ten-year-old children from a small planet who have separated from their parents in a galaxy far, far away and must attempt to return home. The tale will occur after Star Wars: The Mandalorian and Ahsoka will all be situated in the same world as Return of the Jedi.

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Several fresh “Star Wars” announcements were made during the beginning of the “Star Wars” Celebration, including the legal information of the new program and Law’s part. Others include a release date and a teaser for Diego Luna’s “Rogue One” prequel series “Andor.” According to the announcement, the program will also begin filming the second batch of 12 episodes in November. Season 3 of “Ahsoka” and “The Mandalorian” will both premiere in 2023, with “The Mandalorian’s” new season premiering in February. A preview for the next season was shown in the room, although it has yet to be uploaded online.

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