Embrace the Tales of the Jedi with the official new poster for the Disney Plus series of Star Wars shorts – streaming on October 26
With the clock ticking down to the release of Star Wars: Tales Of The Jedi, Lucasfilm is pouring coaxium into the hype train by releasing the official poster for the series. The hotly anticipated series of animated shorts is heading our way on October 26, and the new poster gives us a taste of what we can expect to see when the series lands on Disney Plus. Check out the poster below.
The poster features a wealth of Star Wars characters. Mainly made up of the veterans of The Clone Wars including Ahsoka Tano; Obi-Wan Kenobi, Anakin Skywalker, Count Dooku, and more. The series will diverge into two paths. One follows Ahsoka Tano, and the other follows Count Dooku. The result will be an all-new adventure featuring both as they rise to prominence in the ranks of the Jedi Order. Until Dooku’s eventual fall to the dark side, of course! And, at long last, we can expect to see Ahsoka’s encounter with the Sixth Brother, an inquisitor from the 2016 Ahsoka novel.
The series will also boast the return of Liam Neeson who will reprise his role as Qui-Gon Jinn. Neeson’s young son will also feature as the voice of the younger Qui-Gon. Also returning are Matt Lanter, and Ashley Eckstein who play Anakin Skywalker and Ahsoka Tano respectively. And joining the cast as Ahsoka’s mother is Star Wars: Battlefront II alumni Janina Gavankar.
As mentioned above, the series will debut in its entirety on October 26. The mini-series consists of six episodes and is the latest brainchild of Lucasfilm heavyweight Dave Filoni. So mark the date in your calendar because the Force returns to Disney Plus in just three short weeks.
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