The latest ‘Star Wars’ movie will arrive at Disney on May 4
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’, the film released this Christmas that ended more than four decades of the saga, will arrive on the Disney + platform next May 4, International Day of the galactic franchise.
The film will be available in the digital catalog two months earlier than planned by the current confinement, so that fans of Star Wars will be able to follow for the first time the entire saga, the nine films, in one place, announced Disney on its social networks.
May 4 is popularly known as ‘Star Wars Day’ for a pun in English as ‘May the 4th’ sounds just like ‘ may the force… be with you” , the famous galactic motto that in Spanish translates as “May the force accompany you”. On the occasion of this celebration, the company will also release two new formats.
On the one hand, the documentary series ‘Disney Gallery: the Mandalorian’, which will include scenes never aired and details of the filming of the series starring Chilean Pedro Pascal with the media ‘Baby Yoda’.
The final chapter of the cartoon series ‘Star Wars: The Clone Wars’will also arrive on that day.
Despite the end of the original film saga, Disney and producer Lucasfilm are exploiting the Star Wars universe on television, as in addition to these two series, there are three other fictions in production.
In the first, the Mexican Diego Luna, who led along with Felicity Jones the tape ‘Rogue One: A Story of Star Wars’, will be the protagonist of a second series that will delve into the history of the member of the rebel forces Cassian Andor.
The second, will be another series about Obi-Wan Kenobi starring Ewan McGregor and continues on the study plans after several creative differences led to his subsequent suspension.
Finally, last week it was revealed that there was another upcoming fiction about the Star Wars universe centered on a female character and created by Leslye Headland, who has reaped great success with Netflix’s comedy ‘Russian Doll’.