Lucasfilm Chief Creative Officer Dave Filoni says he’s as excited about writing Ahsoka as Star Wars fans get to see it.
Dave Filoni almost anyone can achieve Star Wars royalties at this time. Sure, he’s not quite as synonymous with the brand as George Lucas. But countless fans both young and old have grown to respect the creator for all he has brought to the franchise. Along with Jon Favreau, Filoni is a huge reason the series’ various small-screen productions have been so well received in recent years.
But even someone whose entire job is trying to get into the lore all the time can find a way to find out for themselves. It turned out to be Filoni, who serves as the Executive Creative Director of Lucasfilm, is just as excited as his fans to write for the characters he loves. With the final release of Star Wars: Ahsoka spinoff series is set to take place sometime next year, the cowboy hat man recently sat down to talk about what it was like to script all this new material for the character he originally introduced. head Clone Wars TV show.
“It was thrilling, I have to tell you,” Filoni said gleefully while talking to Empire. “I’ve been thinking about this adventure for Ahsoka for a long time, and it’s been exciting to see how it evolves. Years ago, I never imagined it would spring from a tree branch with what to do with a guy [like] Din Djarin, or a child who looks like Yoda. It was a great lesson for me about how, when you have other advertisers like Jon Favreau, they can help bring depth and depth to what you’re doing. ” Mandalorian makes sense, consider that it was a major contributing factor to Ahsoka’s return to popularity after her appearance on the show portrayed by Rosario Dawson.
Based on recent casting news reveal a real-life Sabine Wren and many rumors about the possible arrival of both Ezra Bridger and Grand Admiral Thrawn, it seems AhsokaThe story of the will revolve around Dawson as the protagonist is searching for Thrawn after he and Ezra disappeared in Star Wars final’s night. The final episode shows a time jump focusing on Sabine and Ahsoka still searching in what is believed to be the period immediately after. Return of the Jedi. With the way it fits into the timeline of Mandalorian also, it seems a possibility.
Filoni’s excitement for Ahsoka, and Star Wars in general, is understandable and even infectious. This is a man who set out to create what many still consider technically a children’s show. Clone Wars (Honestly, that’s a lot of death for a children’s show) and now runs some of the most popular entries in the series, even getting his own official in the universe Star Wars action figure. Countless children have dreamed of such a life, and he is living it.
So while actual release date of Ahsoka Still not sure, expectations for it remain as high as ever from the outside and inside. Hopefully a final official information will be released soon about the launch. But in the meantime, it’s good to know the minds behind it are just as amused by themselves as the people on the other side of the screen.
Star Wars: Ahsoka currently aiming for a 2022 release on Disney Plus.
The source: Empire
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