Star Wars: Skeleton Crew Disney+ Release Window Revealed
One of the many upcoming Star Wars projects currently in development for Disney+ is “Skeleton Crew”, which follows the journey of four kids who make a mysterious discovery on their seemingly safe home planet, then get lost in a strange and dangerous galaxy. Finding their way home—and meeting unlikely allies and enemies—will be a greater adventure than they ever imagined.
Back at the Star Wars Celebration, it was revealed that “Skeleton Crew” will stream exclusively on Disney+ in 2023 and during a recent appearance on SportsNet during an Ice Hockey game, actor, Jaleel White revealed that he would be starring in the upcoming series as a pirate and that it is set to be released on Disney+ in November or December:
“…Yeah, [Skeleton Crew’s] coming out in November/December, and it’s part of the Star Wars universe.”
steve urkel, oilers fan. just like we all expected. pic.twitter.com/wlHCDGP9FU
— zach (@zjlaing) May 11, 2023
With “Ahsoka” is due to be released in August, which will likely run throughout September. Disney could slide in either “Echo” or the second season of “Loki”, in between, before dropping “Skeleton Crew” at the end of the year, though hopefully, Disney doesn’t pull a “Book Of Boba Fett” on us and release it on New Years’Eve.
This new series stars Jude Law, along with Ravi Cabot-Conyers, Kyriana Kratter, Robert Timothy Smith, Tunde Adebimpe and Kerry Condon. Jon Watts and Christopher Ford are the showrunners and executive produce along with Jon Favreau, Dave Filoni, Kathleen Kennedy and Colin Wilson. Chris Buongiomo, Gilchrist and Carrie Beck serve also as co-executive producers. John Bartnicki and Susan McNamara are producers. Directors include Watts, David Lowery, the Daniels (Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert), Jake Schreier, Bryce Dallas Howard and Lee Isaac Chung.
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