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Disney+ Reportedly Has Multiple Star Wars Series Under Their Consideration

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We all are pretty excited about the incoming of Disney’s online streaming service, Disney+ because we all know that it is going to play the role of Netflix killer after its release. And there are also reports that we are going to have a couple of Star Wars projects on the streaming service.

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Today has reported that the Disney+ will be looking forward towards bringing movies like The Mandalorian and the Rogue One which is a prequel series about Cassian Andor on the big screen.

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Also, there are claims from HN Entertainment that some names related to Star Wars franchise which could come on Disney+ are Young Princess Leia, Captain Phasma, Rose Tico, Darth Bane, and The Knights of Ren. Well, some of the series is no less than a big risk for Disney but they’re jumping into them because of the big fanbase of Star Wars franchise and also the fact that some of those characters are dark and quite famous.

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The Knights of Ren and Darth Bane series are the series which have potential big ties to upcoming events in the Star Wars franchise. It’s already being rumored that the Knights of Ren could have a big storyline in Star Wars: Episode IX, which also sets up a new Star Wars villain threat.

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Meanwhile, the fans are still thinking if Game of Thrones creators David Benioff & D.B. Weiss’ Star Wars project could be a prequel Trilogy that ties to Darth Bane’s era. So if there’s any truth to either of those streaming series being in the works, it’s an exciting prospect for the movies, as well.

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No wonder the focus is on the movie which is one of the most awaiting movies of 2019 and there are chances that the last movie of the franchise is going to break numerous records and could also state a perfect goodbye to the series. The Star Wars: Episode IX is going to hit theaters on December 20, 2019.

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