According to a new post from Production Weekly, several Disney Plus Star Wars shows have received updated filming schedules. It seems that Star Wars: Ahsoka will start a month later than anticipated and Star Wars: The Acolyte moves a good ways down the production slate from May to November 2022.
Of course we new that Star Wars: Andor Season 2 would start in the Fall, thanks to actor Stellan Skarsgård’s interview from this past week.
Disney Plus Star Wars Production Current Schedule for 2022:
- STAR WARS: AHSOKA (w/t STORMCROW) – April 2022 (was March 2022 before)
- STAR WARS: ANDOR 02 (w/t PILGRIM) – Fall 2022
- STAR WARS: THE ACOLYTE (w/t PARADOX) – May 2022 to November 2022
- UNTITLED STAR WARS PROJECT (w/t GRAMMAR RODEO) – June 2022
The most interesting is the last one listed working under the title Grammar Rodeo. Could this be a play on words for Yoda? Possibly a Tales of the Jedi type show? There have been several shows that Lucasfilm has announced as under development, including a Star Wars: Lando show. I don’t know if the name “Grammar Rodeo” would necessarily be indicative a Lando series though. If I were a betting man, I would lean towards something involving Yoda, and trying to capitalize on the baby Yoda/Grogru craze currently taking over pop culture.
There is also the possibility that this show will focus on Yoda during the times of the High Republic. This is the current continuity that Lucasfilm seems to be pushing with their comics and novels. Surely a live-action tie-in would give more credence to the other material.
I guess only time will tell…
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