"Star Wars: The Mandalorian (Disney+ Series)" Pre-Release News & Discussion (Spoilers)

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After many years of rumors and possibilities, it's finally happening.

Lucasfilm is developing a live-action Star Wars series for Disney’s new streaming service, Disney’s CEO, Bob Iger, announced today.

There isn’t much information about the series, but it will be released exclusively on Disney’s streaming service. The service is set to launch in 2019. The Star Wars series will be joined by three other live-action shows also based on Disney properties; one will be based on Marvel, another on Monster’s Inc. and a third one based on the High School Musical franchise.
It makes sense that they bring out the big guns for their new streaming service, so only time will tell what it will be now.
 

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What a shocker but agreed, makes sense, Disney would roll out with their big guns. Wonder if it's an original or one of the old pitches they have like the one following the criminal underground.
 

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We almost did get one prior to the Disney acquisition, which would've taken place between Episode III and IV.

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10/4: First look at the Mandalorian posted.

EDIT: More staff news. Filoni will also produce. The other directors are Deborah Chow, Rick Famuyiwa, Bryce Dallas Howard, and Taika Waititi. Filoni directs ep. 1 and 5, Famuyiwa will direct ep. 2 and 6, Chow will direct ep. 3 and 7, Howard will direct ep. 4, and Waititi will direct ep. 8.

Um, the streaming service isn't going to be called "Disney Play". It was confirmed a month or two ago.
Alright, changed the title.

10/10: Set description of alien and droids seen.

10/11: Stormtroopers spotted on the set.

10/13: Favreau posts photos of some familiar props.

10/25: Expensive equipment from the camera department was stolen from the Manhattan Beach studio.

11/7: ILM officially launches a TV division and The Mandalorian will the its first project.

11/10: Carl Weathers rumored to have joined cast.
 
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More casting news.
Breaking Bad actor Giancarlo Esposito has joined the cast of The Mandalorian, the live-action Star Wars series being made for Disney’s streaming service Disney+.
Veteran Rocky actor Carl Weathers, Supernatural actress Emily Swallow and Omid Abtahi of American Gods are also in the cast, announced Wednesday.
The announcement also confirmed the previously reported castings of Pedro Pascal, Gina Carano, Nick Nolte and Werner Herzog.
 
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