‘Ahsoka’, which starts production this month, hires one of the directors of ‘Spider-Man: A new universe’
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The incorporation of Rosario Dawson in the skin of Ahsoka in ‘The Mandalorian’ made all the fans of ‘Star Wars’ happy that they had bet very strongly on a fan casting that in the end came true.
For their part, Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni, creative pillars of the television corner of the saga, under the supervision of the president of Lucasfilm Kathleen Kennedy; they saw the vein beyond a cameo, which gave way to the solo series that will lead said character. ‘Ahsoka’, which already has among its ranks Hayden Christensen and Ray Stevenson, who will play a villain; has just signed one of its directors.
Peter Ramsey, co-director with Bob Persichetti and Rodney Rothman of ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’, would go behind the scenes of at least one of the episodes of ‘Ahsoka’. THR tells it by assuring that this director, who became the first black filmmaker to win the Oscar for Best Animated Film, could be in charge of more than one chapter of this project which starts its production at the end of this month in Los Angeles (United States).
‘Ahsoka’ is going to make us wait a little longer, but it will be for galactic fictions until then! The first: ‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’. The series starring Ewan McGregor, with the return of Hayden Christensen in the role of Darth Vaderafter a date change, finally premieres next May 27 on Disney +, and it does so with a double episode.
Of course, before said release, this return of the beloved Jedi master will feature his little spot at the ‘Star Wars Celebration’ just the day before. And it is that the filmmakers who are in charge of developing all the live action proposals that Lucasfilm prepares for Disney +, will join special guests to talk about the next adventures of ‘Star Wars’, including not only ‘Obi-Wan’, but also ‘Andor’ and ‘The Mandalorian’.
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