'Skeleton Crew': Released the 1st image of Jude Law in the upcoming series of the 'Star Wars' saga;  Check out!

According to the Comic Book, the filming of ‘Star Wars: Skeleton Crew‘ have already ended and a teaser of the series was released during D23, the convention promoted by disney to highlight your upcoming productions.

The portal also released the first image of the protagonist Jude Law (‘Captain Marvel’) featured in a leather jacket and a threadbare scarf around her neck.

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During an interview with Entertainment Weekly, the producer Jon Favreau confirmed that ‘Skeleton Crew’ will also be set in the same period as the titles mentioned above.

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“All the programs we work on – ‘The Mandalorian’, ‘Ahsoka’, ‘The Book of Boba Fett’ and now ‘Skeleton Crew‘ – they all exist in the same period. All of them are set after the events of ‘Return of the Jedi‘. So enter the ‘Episode VI’ and the Episode VII’there are 30 years of stories that have yet to be explored, at least on screen.”

He continued, hinting at a possible meeting of the characters from ‘Skeleton Crew‘ with the rest of the protagonists.

“There’s a lot of room for us to tell stories, and there’s a lot of characters in play because we know ‘who’ is around during that period of time, so everyone can connect at one time or another.”

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The attraction was created by Jon Watts and Chris Fordthe director and screenwriter of ‘Spider-Man: Back Home‘, respectively.

“It’s a story about a group of children, about 10 years old, from a small planet who accidentally get lost in the vast galaxy of Star Wars’. And it’s the story of his journey trying to find his way home… We like the idea of ​​using kids to give a different perspective and see the galaxy through a different pair of eyes,” he said. Watts.

The plot takes place after the events of ‘Return of the Jedi‘, and is described as “an intergalactic version of the ’80s adventure movies of amblin“, producer responsible for hits like ‘ET – The Extraterrestrial‘ and ‘the goonies‘.

The premiere is scheduled for 2023, in the Disney+.

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