The new trailer for ‘Star Wars: The Acolyte’ shows a mysterious new villain

The new trailer for ‘Star Wars: The Acolyte’ shows a mysterious new villain
The new trailer for ‘Star Wars: The Acolyte’ shows a mysterious new villain

There’s a month left until the premiere of ‘Star Wars: The Acolyte‘, the new great series based on the universe created by George Lucas, and that will be set in the era of the High Republic, serving as a prequel to ‘Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace’, taking place about a hundred years before the film. A time of apparent peace, but in which the Sith worked in the shadows looking for an opportunity to consummate their revenge. A new trailer has been released, and despite the criticism, it aims to be one of the best ‘Star Wars’ productions in recent times.

The series will premiere on June 5 (June 4 in the United States), and will do so with a double episode. The first season will have a total of 8 episodes between 30 and 45 minutes long. An outstanding cast in which Lee Jung-jae (‘The Squid Game’) stands out as Jedi Master Sol; Amandla Stenberg as Mae, the Sith acolyte and one of the antagonists of the story: and also Carrie-Anne Moss (Trinity in ‘The Matrix’) as the Jedi master Indara.

A ‘Star Wars’ series that places us in a key era for the prequels

‘The Acolyte’ is one of the most anticipated productions in the ‘Star Wars’ universe, a series that will narrate the infiltration of the Sith into the Jedi Order, a story of utmost importance that will lead to what happens in the prequels, when the Lord Sith Darth Sidious wiped out the Jedi by manipulating the Republic from within.

The synopsis of the series reads as follows: “In ‘Star Wars: The Acolyte’, an investigation into a shocking crime wave pits a respected Jedi Master (Lee Jung-jae) against a dangerous warrior from his past (Amandla Stenberg) . As more clues emerge, they embark on a dark path in which sinister forces reveal that not everything is as it seems…

 
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