Disney Plus Unveils The First Look and Release Date For ‘Star Wars: Visions’ Series.

Disney Plus Unveils The First Look and Release Date For It’s new Animated Anthology Series, ‘Star Wars: Visions’.

Star Wars: Visions First Look. Image Source- Lucasfilm Ltd.

Haven’t gotten over the Disney Plus show The Mandalorian yet? It doesn’t matter if it has landed, this time Disney and Lucasfilm is coming with a new animated anthology series Star Wars: Visions. Disney Plus also announced the seven Japanese anime studios, who are behind the seven short films in the series.

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The seven shorts announced at the event of Anime Expo Lite 2021 and the Japanese studios working on them, The Studios are:-

The Duel by Kamikaze Douga ,Who produced 2018’s Batman Ninja with Warner Bros. Japan and DC Entertainment.

Lop & Ocho by Geno Studio, Who created Golden Kamuy

Tatooine Rhapsody by Studio Colorido, Who created A Whisker Away

The Twins and The Elder by Trigger, Who created Kill La Kill

The Village Bride by Kinema Citus, Who created Tokyo Mangnitude 8.0

Akakiri and T0-B1 by Science Saru, Who created Japan Sinks for Netflix.

The Ninth Jedi by Production IG, Who created Ghost in the Cell.

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During the event, Lucasfilm Executive Producer James Waugh said, “We really wanted to give these creators a broad creative birth to explore the Star Wars galaxy. We wanted it to be as authentic as possible for the studio and the creators. The idea was , it is their vision , which removes all the elements of the Star Wars galaxy that inspired them”.

Although, Disney announced the ‘Star Wars: Visions’ series in December last year with Japanese studios. It is well known that how much Japanese studios are skilled in animation.

Release Date

Disney and Lucasfilm’s Star Wars: Visions is all set to premier on streaming service platform, Disney Plus from September 22, 2021.

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