For some time now, there have been talks of a Star Wars live-action television series hitting fans. Talks on moving forward with a television series have since died down, especially since the underworld themed plot might go to the Boba Fett standalone film.
Disney is releasing a lot of high-end news today. It was announced that Rian Johnson will helm a new trilogy of Star Wars films and now Disney is at it again by talking about the live-action series. Chief Executive Bob Igeri said that he is indeed eyeing a live-action series that will land in their soon to be released streaming service. The streaming service is scheduled to release in 2019 and will give subscribers thousands of hours of Disney films.
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Iger also spoke about bringing a Monsters Inc series, a new Marvel series and a new High School Musical series to the service.