It sure looks like there will be a second season of Ahsoka from its creator, Dave Filoni, just got a big promotion. Filoni is now the creative director of Lucasfilm, which means he will play a much larger role. role at the address star Wars Stories span the future.
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“in the pastin many projects, I would get involved, I would see it after I had already developed a good way,” Filoni said vanity fair, who broke the news. “In this new role, he is open to basically everything that is going on. When we are planning the future of what we are doing now, I am involved in the initial phase.”
That includes, yes, Filoni’s own film, which will take place in the world he and Jon Favreau created in Disney+ (The Mandalorian, The Book of Boba Fett, Ahsoka, etc.), as well as director Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy’s upcoming film Rey and James Mangold’s origin film Force. “I’m not telling people what to do,” Filoni says. But I do feel like I’m trying to help them say the best. story they want to tell. I need to be of help across the galaxy here, almost like part of a Jedi Council. ”
Will that Council recommend a second season of Ahsoka? It’s not clear, but it’s likely. “To really help the filmmakers, it was very important for me to experience it firsthand,” Filoni says. I can also provide perspective on the challenges telling these stories will present. I feel more able to be really useful outside of just saying, ‘Well, Jedi are like that and Sith are like that…’”
Fans of Filoni’s shows, which also include Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Star Wars Rebels, and Star Wars Resistance They also have reasons to celebrate today. People who might not be fans, though… well, might have the opposite reaction.
We will have more of the world of star Wars soon. For now, you can read more about this at Vanity Fair.
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