After experiencing a long period of uncertainty linked to the monumental flop of Solo: A Star Wars Storythe universe Star Wars seems ready to set off again at a gallop… For the moment on Disney+. Galvanized by the success of The Mandalorian and by The Book of Boba Fett (even if the critics were not there for the second city), Obi-Wan Kenobi arrived with great fanfare recently and drew a large part of the public behind it, so that the show, initially thought of as a mini-series, could already have a season 2. Andora spin-off on the Rebel Captain played by Diego Luna, will arrive this summer. Other projects are planned, such as the film overseen by Taika Waititi or the female series framed by Leslye Headland titled Star Wars: The Acolyte.

Some stars appear to be in talks to portray characters on projects Star Wars mysteries, like Hugh Jackman. A recent rumor from Mirror informs that Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Browncould join lucasfilm through a film or a series Disney+ whose name is not yet known:

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“Millie is on Disney’s radar for new Star Wars projects,” a source said in the report. She has been in contact with Kathleen, who is aware of her desire to star in a film or play a central role in one of Disney Plus’ new TV projects. The conversations are informal, but there is enormous mutual respect there. Disney executives know how much of an icon she already is for audiences aged 10 to 30 and what that brings in terms of appeal. She could easily make $15 million for a first movie or first series. And she doesn’t need to audition — it’s more a case of how the director would relate to her. She has the gravity to take over the leadership of this universe. »

At a convention in 2017, the 18-year-old actress said she wanted to play young Princess Leia to continue Carrie Fisher’s legacy. In the meantime, you can currently find the last season of Stranger Things on Netflix.

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