All Star Wars movies and TV series coming out in the next 5 years

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The other long-discussed Disney+ Star Wars series is Andorthat Villain One spin off. It’s about Diego Luna’s Cassian Andor who, spoiler alert, bit the big one alongside, uh, literally everyone else at the end of this film. It’s a prequel set five years before the events of Villain One, during the height of the rebellion. This one was officially filmed, so it’s definitely happening. The first series has a whopping 12 episodes, and a second is reportedly in the works. Fiona Shaw, Denise Gough and Stellan Skarsgard also star.

The Mandalorian season 3

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True, Boba Fett’s book was basically having a trojan horse The Mandalorian Season 3 in. Also true: you’ll never top the Season 2 finale. And yet we can’t help but excited at the prospect of more goofy standalone space western stories brightened up with a dash of Baby Yoda slapstick. Also: At some point he doesn’t look like a baby anymore? This is going to be weird and unavoidable.

Ahsoka

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A fan favorite from the animated series The clone warsAhsoka Tano made her live-action debut in The Mandalorian Series 2 played by the amazing Rosario Dawson. Shortly after her first episode, it was announced that she would be getting her own standalone series that would explain how she ended up in Baby Yoda’s orbit in the first place. Hayden Christensen is also reportedly involved, and Mary Elizabeth Winstead has joined the cast in a top-secret role.

Series by Jon Watts

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After doing an impressive job with all three Tom Holland Spiderman Movies, director Jon Watts has been given his own Star Wars series, reportedly Mystery, set around the same time as The Mandalorian (between Vengeance of the Sith and fall of the empire).

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The Acolyte

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Russian doll creator Leslye Headland is working on a “female” series. “The Acolyte is a mystery thriller that will transport viewers into a galaxy of shadowy mysteries and emerging dark side forces in the final days of the High Republic era,” which is some distance from the timeline she’s currently focused on focus. From the sound of it, its success could have a big impact on the future of the franchise. “We are entering a new era with something [showrunner] Leslye Headland does,” Kennedy said. “There are certainly reflections of things that people will recognize and it will have connectivity in it War of stars. But this will be a whole new one [era] of storytelling when we realize – as we have done with The Mandalorian – that it works and that there is interest. I think there will be.”

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