The team behind Star Wars: Skeleton Crew has confirmed that the Disney+ series starring Jude Law has finished filming. They are premiere is scheduled for later this year.
According to Deadline, stunt coordinator George Cottle marked the end of production by sharing a video on Instagram (now removed) to express their gratitude to the rest of the team and share their excitement for the upcoming live-action Star Wars series.
“Skeleton Crew is over!”Cottle wrote accompanying the video. “Once again I have been lucky to be surrounded by some of the best specialists I have ever worked with. I feel very fortunate to work with all of you. Thank you for all your hard work and dedication. I am very excited!”
It seems that Cottle has removed the video, but he was not the only member of the team who celebrated the moment. Voice actress Juliana Potter also shared a story on Instagram (also deleted) where she said: “I am going to miss my family of stuntmen from Star Wars: Skeleton Crew. I am so grateful. I can’t wait for the world to see what’s in store for us“.
Not much is known about the series, other than that it takes inspiration from Amblin’s classic 1980s adventure movies and centers on a group of kids lost in space. The events of the series take place at the same time as The Mandalorianand was initially called the “Gammar Rodeo” (Grammar Rodeo).
Star Wars: Skeleton Crew was first announced by Dave Filoni and Jon Favreau at Star Wars Celebration 2022, with creator Jon Watts later noting: “It’s the story of their journey trying to find their way home. It stars four children, but it is not a children’s series“.
The series is expected releases sometime this year along with loads of new live-action, animated content and a major video game set in a galaxy far, far away. The second season of Star Wars: The Bad Batch is currently underway, with the third season of The Mandalorian arriving later.