Disney announces all for new Star Wars TV shows and much more

Announced as part of the Disney Investors Day presentation, the event proved to be an iron fist that House of Mouse will see television as important as the big screen.

All of the projects – including spin-offs, reboots and rebuilds – will be released on Disney +, which launched in the UK earlier this year.

Below is a full list of exits to each project.

Lucasfilm

Ahsoka – New series featuring Katie Sakoff Mandorolian Character, also starring Rosario Dawson.

Rangers of the New RepublicMandorolian Spin-off

AndorThe rogue one The character of Diego Lunar features a spin-off

OB-One Kenobi – The stand stone series starring Ian McGregor and Hayden Christensen as Darth Vader

Bad batch – Animated Clone Wars Spin-off

Star Wars: Visions – Suffrage Celebration Series Animated Short Film

Country – A spin-off centered on Donald Glover Single Character

Acolyte – The new series explores the forces of the increasingly dark side in the last days of the High Republic era

A Drod Story – R2-D2 and C-3PO return to a series by introducing a brand new droid

Willow – A reboot of Ron Howard’s 1988 film

Surprise

Wandavision Scarlett is the original series focusing on witchcraft and vision

Loki – Tom Hiddleston’s character lands at the center of a new series starring One Wilson

Wandavision is just one of 10 Marvel shows being published

(Surprise)

What if? – Animated shows featuring old and new Marvel Cast

Mrs. Marvel – The new series introduces 16-year-old Pakistani-American Kamala Khan (Iman Velani) who grew up in Jersey City

Hockey – Jeremy Renner plays Haley Steinfeld, handing over a bow and arrow to his successor

She-Hulk – Tatiana Masalney starred in the female version of the Hulk in the new comedy series, starring Mark Ruffalo and Tim Roth (who returned as Hate)

Moon Night – The new series centers on a complex alert for those who suffer from isolated identity disorder

Covert attack – Samuel L. Jackson and Ben Mendelssohn top a new series as Nick Fury and The Scroll, Talos, respectively

Ironheart – Dominic Thorne plays Riri Williams, a genius inventor who creates the most advanced armor since Iron Man.

Armor Wars – Donnie Chaddle’s War Machine Tony Stark takes the stage at a series of hits to determine what happened when the technology went wrong

Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special

I’m Groot – Shorts series about grout

Pixar

Pixar’s hit ‘Car’ franchise is turning into a TV show

(Rex feature)

Disney

Three men and a baby Baby Remake

Cheap by the dozen Series

‘Cheap Buy Two’ is getting a TV reboot

(Rex feature)

The Ice age Buck Wild’s adventure

Night at the museum Reboot

Chip n ‘Dale: Rescue Rangers

Isolated – The sequel Enchanted

Walt Disney animation

National Geographic

Genius: Martin Luther King, Jr.

Welcome to the world (Job title)

Walt Disney Television

Mighty Ducks: Game Changers

‘Turner and Hooch’ is being made into a TV show

(Rex feature)

Mysterious Benedict Society

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