With the critical success of The Mandalorian and The Book of Boba Fett it should come as no surprise that the Star Wars galaxy is continuing to expand on Disney+. Earlier this month, Production Weekly revealed an untitled Star Wars series heading into production under the working title "Grammar Rodeo" and new reports by DiscussingFilm suggest that the series is working to secure Sony’s Spider-Man: No Way Home director Jon Watts for at least one episode.
Trusted sources had previously informed me that Star Wars was looking to create a live-action series geared towards a younger audience and that it could potentially be tied into the recent multimedia rollout of Star Wars: The High Republic. The High Republic is a primarily publishing-based initiative, though it did make the jump into the video game realm with Star Wars: Tales From Galaxy’s Edge and the previously announced Star Wars: Eclipse game. While it is possible that "Grammar Rodeo" is an unknown Mandoverse project, considering Jon Favreau is reportedly attached to executive produce it, Cinelinx broke the story about a kid-focused High Republic-era story going into production this month.
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