George Lucas loved Japanese artist Akira Kurosawa. While directly assisting Lucas Master in life, he produced the 1990 film Prismatic, dreams, His tribute began long ago. In fact, without it there would be no Star Wars Kurosawa’s 1958 play Hidden Castle.
Therefore, the ownership of the Star Wars is at their own distance, based on an upcoming anthology series that will allow a wave of Japanese creators to travel through the galaxy Visions. Lucasfilm gave fans the first look of the series planned for this fall at the 2021 Anime Expo on Saturday. Relevant studios include Comics Doca, Geno Studio (Dual Engine), Studio Colorado (Dual Engine), Trigger, Kinema Citrus, Science Broth, and Product IG.
“Each of these studios we approached saw hardcore Star Wars fans,” Lucasfilm executive producer Jacques Lopez said on the sizzle reel. “They all had a story they wanted to tell.”
Here is the full breakdown of the first shorts in the series:
Comics Duka – The Duel
Geno Studio (dual machine) – Lap and Ocho
Studio Colorado (dual engine) – Tattoo Rhapsody
Trigger – Twins
Trigger – Senior
Ginima Citrus – Village bride
Scientific broth – He agreed
Scientific broth – D 0-B1
Production IG – Ninth Jedi
“This is basically the story of the dark side twins,” Hiroyuki Imashi of the trigger said of his installment. Daku Kimura describes his short story “Tattoo’s Rhapsody” as a “rock opera style film”.
Check out the first scenes and product art from the series in the video above. Star Wars: Visions Premieres on September 22nd Disney Plus.