Star Wars: Skeleton Crew – Filming has reportedly already started

Star Wars: Skeleton Crew - Filming has reportedly already started

During the Star Wars Celebration at the end of May, Star Wars: Skeleton Crew unveiled another new Star Wars series for Disney Plus. The series, once discussed under the working title Grammar Rodeo, is to Jude Law still 2023 appear. Accordingly, it is not surprising that, according to the Bespin Bulletin, filming for Skeleton Crew has already begun. Since end of June will be filmed at Manhattan Beach Studios. However, there are currently no pictures of the set or further information about the production. At the start of shooting of the Ahsoka series, which is shot in the same building complex, among other things, the first unofficial pictures of some sets were already available at the start of shooting.

What is Star Wars Skeleton Crew?

Star Wars Skeleton Crew is a series that after episode 6 will be located. A group of children around the age of 11 or 12 lost in space is said to be the premise of the Disney Plus series.

Much more about the setting or the story of the project is currently not known. Jon Watts, best known as the director of Spider-Man: No Way Home, is the director of the series and is producing the project along with Christopher Ford, Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni. Except for Jude Law, none of the actors from the series are officially known. It remains to be seen if and how we will learn more about the series as filming progresses.

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Star Wars without end

Star Wars fans really can’t complain about a lack of material from the universe at the moment. In addition to numerous series such as The Mandalorian or Star Wars Obi-Wan Kenobi, series such as Ahsoka, Tales of the Jedi or Star Wars – The Acolyte are already being produced. At most, Taika Waititi’s Star Wars film doesn’t seem to have a particularly solid foundation at the moment, if you believe the director.

Sources: Spin Bulletin, Sffgazette, Imdb