Official ‘Star Wars: Visions’ Poster Illustrates Ambitious Take On Franchise

A brand-new Star Wars: Visions poster has been released ahead of its launch on Disney Plus later this month.

Star Wars is about to embark on an exciting new medium with the upcoming animated series, Visions. The series will feature nine stories set in a few different eras from well-known anime studios.

In addition to the major studios tackling the project, Star Wars: Visions will also feature many notable actors such as Joseph-Gordon Levitt, Neil Patrick Harris, Allison Brie, David Harbour, Simu Liu, Henry Goulding, Temuera Morrison as Boba Fett, and many others lending their voices for the English dubbed version. As anticipation builds for the ambitious show from Lucasfilm, a new poster has dropped online that you can see below.

The most recent animated Star Wars series was The Bad Batch. Here is the synopsis:

The series follows the elite and experimental clones of the Bad Batch (first introduced in The Clone Wars) as they find their way in a rapidly changing galaxy in the immediate aftermath of the Clone War. Members of Bad Batch — a unique squad of clones who vary genetically from their brothers in the Clone Army — each possess a singular exceptional skill, which makes them extraordinarily effective soldiers and a formidable crew. In the post-Clone War era, they will take on daring mercenary missions as they struggle to stay afloat and find new purpose.

The Bad Batch is executive produced by Dave Filoni, Athena Portillo, Brad Rau, and Jennifer Corbett, with Carrie Beck as co-executive producer and Josh Rimes as producer. Rau is also serving as supervising director, with Corbett as head writer. Dee Bradley Baker is behind the voices of Clone Force 99.

The Bad Batch season one is available on Disney Plus, while all nine episodes of Star Wars: Visions will premiere on September 22. Stay tuned to Heroic Hollywood for all the latest news surrounding Star Wars, and subscribe to our YouTube channel for exclusive video content!

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