‘Ahsoka’: Disney + series wins preview, filming begins

According to the Bespin Bulletin, recordings for the “Ahsoka” series are scheduled to begin in March 2022, and end in the fall of the same year (between September and December).

Additionally, it looks like Disney + is planning to launch the attraction in the spring of 2023, which will run between March and June.

The information was originally posted on the Production Weekly website, which is considered the entertainment industry’s leading source for tracking film and series production data.

As of yet, no further details have been revealed, so we can only wait for further updates.

Recalling that it was announced last month that Hayden Christensen will reprise his role as Anakin Skywalker / Darth Vader on the attraction.

With that in mind, Boss Logic released a nice fan poster showing the renegade Jedi preparing to take on the Imperial forces.

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Additionally, the art brings a representation of Vader mixed with Anakin’s face in the background.

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As fans already know, Tano was Skywalker’s Padawan apprentice during the Clone Wars before abandoning the Jedi Order and its master … However, they end up in ‘Star Wars: Rebels’, while Skywalker is already transformed into Vader.

So far, it’s unclear how Christensen’s participation in the ride will be, as the plot is expected to take place after “Return of the Jedi,” a period in which Vader is already dead.

It is therefore possible that Skywalker will come back to Ahsoka’s memories or as Force Ghost.

This will be the first time the live-action versions of the characters meet and it’s clear that fans are going crazy for the novelty.

Earlier this year, insider Daniel RPK also posted some valuable information about the attraction’s plot.

Speaking to production sources, RPK learned that the episodes would accompany the renegade Jedi in her search for Thrawn as she tries to find clues to Ezra Bridger Bridger’s whereabouts.

For those who don’t know, Ezra Bridger is a character from the ‘Star Wars: Rebels’ animation. He was Kanan Jarrus’ Padawan apprentice and helped the Rebel Alliance defeat the Imperial forces of Admiral Thrawn.

However, he ended up disappearing while fighting the enemy.

While the updates aren’t officially released, check out the series logo:

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