Jude Law is validated to star in the brand-new Disney+ initial, Star Wars: Skeleton Team. The news came in the middle of a flurry of statements throughout the Star Wars Event in Anaheim. The series is being established by the Spider-Man trilogy director, Jon Watts, and with him is Christopher Ford, the writer of Spider-Man: Homecoming.

The program was gone over in small information in a report from Vanity Fair previously this month. At the time, the code word for the program was Grammar Rodeo, referencing an episode of The Simpsons. The program supposedly happens after Return of the Jedi and follows the fall of the Empire, comparable to The Mandalorian. The program is referred to as a stellar variation of traditional Amblin coming-of-age experience movies of the ’80s.


Watts and Ford are supposedly the executive manufacturers of Skeleton Team, in addition to Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni. Throughout the Lucasfilm panel today, a couple of more information were exposed. The story is embeded in the New-Republic Age, the time following Return of the Jedi, and will focus around a group of kids lost in the Star Wars galaxy looking for their method house. The function that Jude Law’s character will play is still unidentified. The series will start recording this summer.

Jude Law and Star Wars are Keeping Hectic

Jude Law’s plate has actually been rather complete just recently, starring in numerous significant smash hits over the previous couple of years. In 2019, he starred as Yon-Rogg in the MCU’s Captain Marvel. In April, he appeared in the iconic function of Albus Dumbledore in the Harry Potter prequel series, Wonderful Monsters: The Tricks of Dumbledore. Prior to appearing in Star Wars, he will change his hand with a hook as he plays Captain Hook in Disney’s live-action movie, Peter Pan & Wendy, slated to show up later on this year.

Star Wars fans have a lot to anticipate too, with the Rogue One prequel series, Andor, starring Diego Luna, getting a trailer and release date. The Disney+ initial will be launched on August 31st, consisting of 12 episodes, with Part 2 of the series starting to movie in November. Some other substantial statements turned up at the Star Wars Event too.

Ahsoka season one will release at some point in 2023, with the 3rd season of The Mandalorian getting here in February of the exact same year. With the statement of Jon Watts’ Skeleton Team and the impending release of Obi-Wan Kenobi, there is no much better time to be a Star Wars fan.