Star Wars fangirls have dependably had confidence in the Force, however the Force puts stock in them.
Another narrating series called Forces of Destiny is to start which will highlight the galactic adventures by keeping its female legends in the limelight. The series will contain eight new 2-D animated shorts. Those will make a big appearance on Disney YouTube in July, then be bundled with eight others in the fall for a couple of TV specials airing on the Disney Channel.
While they’ll be loaded with commonplace characters, the focal figures are Princess Leia from the first set, Padmé Amidala from the prequels, and Rey from The Force Awakens, Rogue One’s Jyn Erso, and the trio from the latest animated Rebels series.
It is also confirmed that various episodes will feature courageous women from Star Wars and will show up in enterprises with each other, despite the fact that some of them have been isolated by various courses of events – however it’s all official standard.
“One of the opportunities here was to tell the stories in between the larger moments and imagine some of the ways our characters have crossed,” says Carrie Beck, an official producer of the animated shirts. “It’s all part of the larger swath of storytelling.”
More will be uncovered this Friday at the yearly Star Wars Celebration fan gathering, yet Lucasfilm gave an early take at what’s coming soon.
Each of the Forces of Destiny shorts are around three minutes in length, and they were penned by Jennifer Muro, an essayist known for DC’s Justice League Action, and coordinated by Brad Rau, who has helmed scenes of the energized Rebels series on Disney XD. Dave Filoni, official maker of Rebels, likewise made the new storylines.
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