More details revealed on Star Wars: The Acolyte

Please note: some posts may contain affiliate links which means our team could earn money if you purchase products from our site
More details revealed on Star Wars: The Acolyte

New details are emerging on Star Wars: The Acolyte Disney+ series!

Set 100 years before the Skywalker Saga, The Acolyte will bring the High Republic era to the screen for the first time. It’s thrilling news to Star Wars fans since many books, comics, and video games have explored this era.

What’s surprising to hear is how showrunner Leslye Headland will reportedly be drawing from elements of the Star Wars Expanded Universe (E.U.) as inspiration.

Related: New Vintage Star Wars Merch Spotted At Hollywood Studios!

More details revealed on Star Wars: The Acolyte

“Leslye Headland is a gigantic Star Wars fan,” Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy said of the series’ showrunner. “What’s wonderful about Leslye is she knows it all. I mean, she’s read a gazillion books inside the E.U. There are little bits and pieces that she’s drawing from that no one has explored yet in the onscreen storytelling.”

Even though it’s set before The Phantom Menace, it’s unlikely that we’ll see characters such as Palpatine given the era of The Acolyte. However, we could very well see his master, Darth Plagueis!

We can’t wait to learn more about Star Wars: The Acolyte as we get closer to production.

Related: Details revealed on mysterious Disney+ Star Wars series

Come back here on Chip & Co. for the latest theme park and entertainment news updates!

Let our friends at Destinations to Travel help you plan your next Disney Vacation! Just fill out the form below and someone will be in touch! Remember their services are 100% Free!

Name(Required)
MM slash DD slash YYYY
MM slash DD slash YYYY



Written by:

1,585 Posts

Kevin is an Orlando, FL resident and Disney enthusiast. Other interests include movies, classic rock, sports, comedy, cooking, and enjoying outdoor activities.
View All Posts
Follow Me :

Leave us a comment: