One of the many Star Wars projects currently in development for Disney+ is “Skeleton Crew”, which stars Jude Law, and is being created by Jon Watts and Christopher Ford, along with Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni.

The new show follows “a group of kids…who accidentally get lost in the Star Wars galaxy..and their journey trying to find their way home.” The series is set within the same time period as “The Mandalorian” and “Ahsoka”. The series will also be executive produced by Kathleen Kennedy and Michelle Rejwan.

According to One Take News and later confirmed by THR, the Daniels, aka Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, who are the team behind the Oscar-winning directors of “Everything Everywhere All At Once”, are also working on the new “Star Wars: Skeleton Crew” Disney+ series. It’s unknown if they are directing a single episode or multiple episodes.

Very little is known about “Skeleton Crew”, but more details on “Skeleton Crew” are expected to be revealed during the upcoming Star Wars Celebration event taking place in London over Easter. The series had been previously announced to be coming to Disney+ in 2023, but with all the changes at Disney since Bob Iger’s return, the show might be pushed back to a later date.

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