James Waugh, Producer Star Wars visions gave some news about their plans for the second season.
Animated series Star Wars visions Disney + resorted to the partnership of several Japanese animation studios. Every episode “Star Wars carries a uniquely Japanese sensibility that fits in many ways with the tone and spirit of storytelling. From the beginning, the stories told in the Star Wars galaxy have included Japanese mythology and the films of Akira Kurosawa among their many influences, and these new visions will further explore this cultural heritage through each animation studio’s unique animation style and perspective. »
Statements of James Waugh
Executive Producer James Waugh recently talked about his plans for the second season. He talked about the universe of the series and its creation. But most of all, he teased his plans for a second season. Here is what he said:
“The first anthology offered anime because we all loved that style, but personally my intention for Visions was always to aim for a wider palette. Because there are many great anime productions around the world. Now there are many great offerings in all kinds of other media centered around anime. »
“Also, we really wanted Visions to become a ‘sub-brand’ that allowed different creators to celebrate Star Wars from their own cultural perspectives. So, Volume Two of Visions is a tour of some of the most interesting animation studios globally. We have Africa, Chile, England, There are studios from Ireland, France, India… and we want their storytelling to reflect what Star Wars means in their culture, but also a reflection of their myths and stories. Cultural background. »
Season 2 will be released on Disney+ in spring 2023. Meanwhile, Star Wars fans will soon discover the new series Andor It will release on September 21.
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