Star Wars: The Jedi’s first trailer has been released, showing off its storyline from its prequel-era period.
The six-episode show, which will soon be on Disney+ on October 26th.
The show will tell the stories of Ahsoka and Dooku at different corners of their lives, and will be followed by the return of Liam Neeson to the speech of Qui-Gon Jinn, which will also take place at Star Wars Celebration. The last in the Star Wars Anthology was Visions, a collection of anime episodes, but that wasn’t considered canon.
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Ahsoka’s episodes are spread across her life and will be a way to take a look at her childhood days, her time in the Clone War and her time with the Inquisitor after Order 66.
Count Dooku’s episodes have a similar format and will focus on a new part of his life as a Jedi before he turned to the dark side. Liam Neeson will appear in the Count Dooku stories, and the episodes will even feature a younger Qui-Gon Jinn voiced by Liam Neeson’s son, Michael.
David Filoni, who designed the Star Wars Rebels and the Clone Wars classic, wrote all six episodes of this intriguing miniseries, with a focus on expanding the backstory of Ahsoka Tano – even before her own live-action series debuts on Rosario Dawson as the beleagued Jedi.
The new trailer appeared at Disney’s D23 Expo. Filoni said how he likes Miyazaki and how he doesn’t contribute to his work. Besides an art style that’s reminiscent of The Clone Wars, it seems that The Story of the Jedi will be a true fan of the Star Wars animated universe.
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