Solo: A Star Wars Story Spinoff Headed To Disney Plus

Solo: A Star Wars Story Spinoff Headed To Disney Plus

Solo: A Star Wars Story may have not done well in the box office, but the film was actually a fun and exciting Star Wars movie.

The unfortunate part was that Solo: A Star Wars Story was the reason behind Disney/LucasFilm stopping production on many planned Star Wars films. Read on for more about Solo spin-off

With Disney Plus just weeks away, the Star Wars Universe has a new home where it will live on with many planned series.

Are you ready for Solo Spinoff ? Well, Solo may be joining Disney Plus with other series like The Mandalorian and the Marvel Cinematic Universe films, has learned.

When it comes to generating content for their upcoming streaming service Disney Plus, given that both are among the most popular and lucrative properties under the house of mouse and its ever-expanding portfolio.

There are already three Star Wars and eight MCU shows in the works for Disney Plus, and the latest rumor is that Solo: A Star Wars Story could be next to get the small-screen treatment.

According to reports, Solo has become something of a cult favorite in recent months and Disney could be set to capitalize on this newfound popularity by continuing the story on their own streaming platform.

Solo: A Star Wars Story Spinoff details via Star Wars Unity:

The news of a potential Solo series could take place on the streaming service but the focal point may not feature Han Solo and Chewbacca at all.

The most obvious would be to follow the continued adventures of Donald Glover’s Lando Calrissian, with the story doing the rounds recently that Lando could end up getting his own limited show.

The other aspect could possibly be about a crime story following crime lord Dryden Vos and the Crimson Dawn, which is what we would love to see. Maybe a combo of all three would be great. We would like to see Solo, Chewbacca, Lando Calrissian, Lord Dryden Vos, and the Crimson Dawn.

We would also like to see the original cast brought back to continue Solo.

So far, the only Star Wars shows officially confirmed so far are The Mandalorian, the highly-anticipated Obi-Wan Kenobi starring Ewan McGregor and the still-untitled prequel following Rogue One’s Cassian Andor.

Marvel Studios recently announced several more additional projects to stream on Disney Plus as well, so get ready to start spending plenty of time watching the channel.

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