Tuesday, August 21, 2018

Report: Production and Costume Designers For Live Action 'Star Wars' Series Revealed

By: Dominic Jones

Work behind the scenes is underway on the live action TV series that executive producer Jon Favreau is developing for the Disney direct to consumer streaming service.  The series' production designer and costume designer have updated their online CVs to include the fact that they are working on the series.  The production designer is John Lord Booth, and the costume designer is Joseph Porro.

Porro's previous credits include the films Iron Man 3 and Looper, and the TV series The Orville, while Booth has previously worked on The Jungle Book (with Favreau), Oz: The Great and Powerful, and Kong: Skull Island

The series is set three years following the events of Return of the Jedi and is rumored to tell the story of what happened to the Mandalorians following the fall of the Empire.  No premiere date for the series has been set.

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