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A New Star Wars Series With Ezra Bridger In Works At Disney+

The launch of live-action for the Star Wars Rebels Ezra Brigade has reportedly begun. Over the past few weeks, Star Wars has changed some of its animated characters to Rosario Dawson as Ashoka Tano and Katee Sackhoff as Bo-Katan Kryze.

Disney XD, produced by Dave Filoni, made its 2014 debut in Rebels, focusing primarily on a small band of freedom fighters known as Ghost Crew, working in and around Lothal. New roles were played. The team is made up of Hera, Kanan, Sabine, Zeb, Chopper, and Ezra, and they fight the Galactic Empire in their own way, helping with the birth of the rebellion.

The show ended after four seasons and with some lingering questions about the final fate of Ezra, who was left with Grand Admiral Thran, while Purrgil leaped into hyperspace with the villain’s ship. Since then, there is no idea what happened to the young Jedi, although Fhiloni has confirmed that both Ezra and Thrawn have survived.

Star Wars Series With Ezra Bridger In Works At Disney+?

It is worth noting that since this is not the official Lucasfilm news, it is best to treat it with a healthy dose of salt.  An Ahosa series is also rumored to be coming to Disney +, which could be Ezra’s live debut show. Otherwise, at this point, there may be casting for something completely unknown.

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While Filoni recently confirmed that Star Wars Rebels will not be season 5, he said the stories of the remaining Ghost Crew may continue through other locations. This rumor may be from their live-action spin-off Ezra, who deals with life after their sacrifice at the end of Star Wars Rebels.

Lucasfilm hasn’t said anything about either case!!

Lucasfilm then formally announced the series, also known as Star Wars Day, on May 4, 2024. This shows that what we learned about a quiet cameo in the upcoming Mandalorian episode set is highly airtight. Of course, Lucasfilm hasn’t said anything about either case, so he considers both of them to be wild rumors and, for now, nothing more than that.

Since he didn’t account for any of the sequels to the Star Wars trilogy, fans are more curious about what happened to him. Assuming this news comes true, it will be interesting to see if Filoni will also turn other characters like Hera and Sabine into a future Star Wars action project.

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Kane Dane

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