'The Mandalorian' director confirms production of season 4
The Mandalorian director Jon Favreau has revealed that the series' fourth season is currently in production. The words of the cinematographer are quoted by CinemaBlend. "We are slowly starting to tell stories. I'm currently developing the script for the fourth season of The Mandalorian," Favreau said.
The director also commented on the possibility of a crossover with other projects. He explained that at the moment, decisions regarding the fate of the series are made "pretty organically," and the possibility of combining several projects seems to be quite interesting for the creators. "It's inevitable when the threads of a story start to connect, intertwine and overlap," Favreau said.
The third season of The Mandalorian has been announced for February 2023. A release date for the fourth season has not yet been announced. Disney+ previously announced two new Star Wars series, Star Wars: Tales of the Jedi and Star Wars: Young Jedi Adventures. Jedi"). Disney+ has announced two new Star Wars series. They were unveiled during the four-day Star Wars Celebration 2022 event at the Anaheim Convention Center, Deadline reports.
The animated series Star Wars: Tales of the Jedi will tell the stories of the Jedi from the prequel era and will debut in the fall. The second project, titled Star Wars: Young Jedi Adventures, focuses on the era of the Great Republic. Its main characters will be the beginning of their journey, the Jedi, who are preparing to become fearless warriors. Jude Law is set to star in Star Wars: Skeleton Crew, which is being developed by Spider-Man trilogy director Jon Watts. The plot of the new series centers on a group of children who are lost in the Star Wars galaxy and are attempting to find their way home. The action takes place in the era of the New Republic.