Wednesday, November 29

Here’s everything we know about the Star Wars series

Star Wars fans have been eagerly awaiting a live-action Ahsoka TV series, the character first appeared in Star Wars The Clone Wars (2008-2022) and the Star Wars Rebels series (2014-2018), a live action movie about the character. It was requested by the fans. Fans were delighted with the character’s live-action appearance in The Mandalorian and The Book of Boba Fett, played by Rosario Dawson. The character has become a fan favorite, setting the course for his own live-action series. Here’s what we know so far about the series.

Ahsoka Trailer

According to sources, the movie finished filming last year in October 2022, it is still in post-production and is expected to continue until May 2023. Now we hope to see a trailer soon. Although there was a brief screening of a few clips at the Star Wars Celebration show, it was played behind closed doors, and unfortunately those who didn’t attend will have to wait until the official trailer is released. The Disney+ 2023 sizzle reel showed a brief first look at the series where the actress can be seen removing her hood.

Ahsoka Release Date

The show is expected to premiere in 2023, but there is no set schedule as the series is still in post-production. As The Mandalorian season 3 was released on March 1, people are speculating that we may have to wait until late 2023 for the show’s release.

Cast of Ahsoka

Although there are many questions regarding Ahsoka’s series, information about her cast was shared in detail.

Rosario Dawson as Ahsoka

Hayden Christensen as Darth Vader/Anakin Skywalker

Natasha Liu Bordizzo as Sabine Wren

Ray Stevenson cast as an unnamed villain

Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Ivanna Sakhno were also cast, but their roles in the series have not been shared. According to some recent news, Eman Esfandi will be playing the character of Ezra Bridger.

behind the series

Ahsoka is being directed by Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni, and one episode of the series will be directed by Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse co-director Peter Ramsey, as confirmed by The Hollywood Reporter. There is still no confirmation on the number of episodes that viewers will be able to watch.

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