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Star Wars 2022 Celebration: Jude Law Aims for Space in Star Wars: The Skeleton Team

Secrecy in the “Star Wars universe” is a tricky one, but give credit to the tight-lipped guys at Lucasfilm who have kept the internet rumors to a minimum about a secret live-action project set in this ubiquitous galaxy far, far away.

Apart from rumors of an upcoming Ahsoka spin-off starring Rosario Dawson, which will be officially released in early 2023 on the Disney Plus streaming service. (will open in a new tab)Lucasfilm also lifted the lid on this untitled phantom show at Star Wars Celebration 2022 on Thursday, announcing its title Star Wars: The Skeleton Team. This finally permanently removes his nebulous secret codename “Grammar Rodeo”!

During the Lucasfilm Studio Showcase, which was also jam-packed with news of James Mangold’s Indiana Jones 5, the cool Andor teaser, and the new Willow series, the launch featured the new Star Wars television series Skeleton. Crew” for 2023 starring Jude Law.

This youth series in the spirit of Amblin’s classic films is currently in development by Spider-Man Trilogy director Jon Watts and screenwriter Christopher Ford, who wrote the recent blockbuster Spider-Man: Homecoming. If you’re wondering how this fits into the Star Wars universe, here’s our roundup of the best Star Wars TV series currently ranked.

Title art for Star Wars: The Skeleton Team starring Jude Law. (Image credit: Disney/Lucasfilm)

Rumors about this unofficial project refer to Watt’s fake working title “Grammar Rodeo” as a 1996 episode of The Simpsons where Bart and his buddies stole a rental car and went on spring break instead of school events. Not many additional plot details have surfaced other than that it is supposed to have a Spielberg tone with a nostalgic ’80s vibe.

The Lucasfilm team has added a bit more information beyond the new title, adding that the story will be set in the New Republic era like Ahsoka and The Mandalorian and will center around several children lost and left to fend for themselves in Star Wars. “The galaxy is trying to return home.

“It’s got four kids on it, but it’s not a kids show,” Watts explained at an event in California.

Star Wars: The Skeleton Team begins filming this summer, with The Mandalorian’s dynamic duo Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni serving as executive producers.

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