Disney and Lucasfilm took advantage of this weekend’s D23 festivities to remind Star Wars fans that there are a lot of rad projects coming out for them to consume, so if you missed every single new announcement, we’ve got the important ones all bundled up for you below.
Naturally, during the next episode of the SWTS, we will dive deeper into all of these new announcements and trailers, but for now, you can get the highlights of all of the new Star Wars action shown off at D23 after the break.
Final Andor Trailer
Andor is just over a week away, so the final trailer debuted at D23 and like the other spots it screams this show is going to kick ass.
Jude Law showed up to pump up Skeleton Crew, which is currently filming. While nothing about the show’s plot was discussed, they did show off an official image of Jude as his character with the cast of kids he will be working with.
Also, according to Cinelinx, Ravi Cabot-Conyers and Kryiana Kratter have been cast in lead roles in Skeleton Crew. These are unofficial castings as of now.
Dave Filoni and Jon Favreau talked a bit about Ahsoka and how rad its lightsaber battles are, but no new footage was shown off. There were three new images though that show the Rebels mural and Ahsoka herself.
While the Eman Esfandi as Ezra rumor hasn’t been confirmed by Lucasfilm, Mena Massoud, who was also rumored to be playing Bridger, tweeted this, which still doesn’t mean the Eman rumor is official, but it is seeming more so each day.
Bad Batch Season 2
It seems the report we did late last week was true after all. It’s looking like Bad Batch season 2 has been bumped to January 4, 2023.
Star Wars: Tales of the Jedi
Tales of the Jedi not only got a new trailer, but it also got a confirmed release date of October 26, 2022. All six episodes will release on the 26th, and the new spot teases great things for all of them.
The Mandalorian Season 3
The Mandalorian also got a trailer at D23, but it mostly featured the same content from the Celebration spots that were shown behind closed doors. With that being said, it was nice to get the footage in HD for those of us who missed out on the late May reveal.
Not Star Wars
For you non-Star-Wars fans there was also a new trailer for Willow released. The series hits D+ this November.
Some Indy 5 footage was also shown off, but not publicly, but Short Round showed up!
Nick and I will break down all of the D23 reveals on next week’s episode of the SWTS, so don’t forget to tune into the Star Wars Time Show on a weekly basis via our podcast platforms or via YouTube if you prefer the livestream angle.