But hey, when you've got sets built and an actor in cool Boba Fett- er, Mandalorian armor, you've gotta show it off, right? Bryce Dallas Howard continues to follow in the footstep of her father by joining the Star Wars galaxy, as she'll also be directing an episode.More news: Virat Kohli tops active players century list with his 24th Test ton
According to Making Star Wars, Filoni will reportedly direct episodes one and five, Famuyiwa will direct episodes two and six, Chow will direct episodes three and seven, Howard will direct episode four and Waititi will direct episode eight. So far, there have been no casting announcements for this new series, but it has lined up a few big time directors.
This lone gunfighter will traverse the outer reaches of the galaxy, carrying out his bad business far from the authority of the New Republic.More news: India vs West Indies, 1st Test
Taika Waititi will direct an episode of Disney's upcoming Star Wars television series. He also serves as executive producer along with, Filoni, Colin Wilson, and Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy. It's written and executive produced by Jon Favreau, and is expected to premiere next year. Karen Gilchrist will co-executive produce.
Favreau announced Wednesday details of the series, saying it will focus on Mandalorian's and will take place after the stories of Jango and Boba Fett. The area where the character is at looks to be something of a "Star Wars" version of America's old lawless wild west.More news: Thousands march in Washington against Kavanaugh, Trump’s top court pick
The first official picture from new Star Wars TV show The Mandalorian.