The Force is Strong: New Trailer for Star Wars: Tales of the Jedi Animated Anthology

Strength is strong with it.

If you’re a Star Wars fan, this is a great time to live and enjoy all of the Star Wars spin-off TV shows, upcoming movies, comics, video games, and related novels with characters and events spawned. from the diverse universe of the franchise.

Following D23 Expo 2022 at the Anaheim Convention Center last weekend, the first full trailer for Star Wars: A Jedi Story has been released next month. This Disney+ project was officially announced at the Star Wars Celebration back in May, and interest in its compelling storylines has been growing ever since news of its upcoming arrival broke.

Promotional art for Star Wars: A Jedi Story. (Image credit: Disney/Lucasfilm) (will open in a new tab)

There’s a lot going on in Tales of the Jedi, including the fact that it came about through writer/producer Dave Filoni’s fertile imagination and solid storytelling skills, co-creator of Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Star Wars. Rebels, Star Wars: The Bad Batch, and The Mandalorian. Featuring Ahsoka Tano and Count Dooku from the prequel era, this six-episode anthology airs exclusively on Disney+ starting October 26.

The original chapters focusing on Ahsoka’s life will cover different moments of her past, starting from her childhood and early years with Anakin Skywalker during the Clone Wars, and also facing a ruthless Imperial Inquisitor after the announcement of “Order 66”, calling for extermination. all Jedi Knights. The talented Ashley Eckstein once again voiced Ahsoka.

The Count Dooku episodes (voiced by Corey Burton) return to less turbulent times to show scenes from the villain’s service as a Jedi before he was seduced by the dark side of the Force. Liam Neeson will feature as the voice of Qui-Gon Jinn in the Count Dooku segments, with younger versions of Qui-Gon played by Neeson’s son, Michael Richardson.

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A scene from Star Wars: A Jedi Story. (Image credit: Disney/Lucasfilm) (will open in a new tab)

Tales of the Jedi also serves as a foundational stage for Ahsoka’s backstory and an introduction to the Disney/Lucasfilm series Ahsoka, which will release sometime in 2023.

“When I was flying back and forth working on The Mandalorian, I wrote stories on the plane to pass the time. And I got that story,” Dave Filoni said at the May 2022 Star Wars Celebration panel. “I wanted to explore some of the characters…and base them on ideas I had while making The Clone Wars…it wouldn’t be a full show. “.

Star Wars: A Jedi Story hits Disney+ on October 26, 2022.

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