Disney is continuing to produce and release brand new Star War movies and series which include “Star Wars: Visions”. This is an anime show and it will be made up of nine short films from seven anime studios. Now fans can enjoy a little glimpse at what Star Wars in anime form will look like and all thanks to the “Star Visions” trailer which has been released by Disney+.
The trailer is very much exciting and shows familiar planets and new settings in anime form. From the trailer, it is quite clear that we can expect action and unique storytelling when this Star Wars series comes out.
When will ‘Star Wars: Visions’ be released on Disney+?
As per the reports, the other new Star Wars shows, all the episodes will be released on Disney+. There are in total a set of 9 episodes in the show and they are all due to come out on September 22, 2021. It is very soon and in the meantime, we can also expect further teasers from Disney to build up the excitement even more further.
What will the plot of ‘Star Wars: Visions’ be about?
We are not very much aware of this series as of now, but we do know that there will be a set of nine unique episodes. The titles of the episodes have also been released for the following.
- The Duel
- Lop and Och
- Tatooine Rhapsody
- The Twins
- The Elder
- The Village Bride
- The Ninth Jedi
Some of the above-mentioned episode titles are certainly very enticing and eye-catching like The Ninth Jedi, Tatooine, and Rhapsody. Now for the further details about the show, Disney has shared a little bit of information.
Disney stated in their statement: ‘Star Wars: Visions’ will be a series of animated short films celebrating Star Wars through the lens of the world’s best anime creators,” they have stated. ” The anthology collecting will also bring some fabulous visions from many leading Japanese anime studios, offering a fresh and diverse cultural perspective to Star Wars.
As of now, the early review from IGN is quite positive and the website is giving it an 8/10 grade. Although they have recommended not viewing the episodes all in one go, as they could mesh it together.