LucasFilm revealed more details about Star Wars: Future Visions with its first look at Anime Expo Lite last weekend. Star Wars: The Outlook, due to release on September 22 from Disney+, includes nine animated shorts produced by seven studios.
Those who have watched the entire Star Wars story may have noticed that some elements of Japanese culture were used to create the universe. Capricorn and samurai, for example, do not resemble their swords. You can also find obvious similarities in the clothes and the rules they adhere to. Star Wars has also been influenced by Akira Kurosawa's films, including classics such as The Seven Samurai, Yojimbo, and Rashomon. Some say Star Wars was inspired by the 1974 Yamato warship/manga, although Star Wars author George Lucas has never said so.
With Star Wars: Landscapes, you can reverse roles Since Star Wars is the main source of animation, it allows fans of the series to tell Star Wars stories by watching scenes from famous animation studios.
This collection will include 9 short films directed by Kamikaze Doga. (Batman Ninja), Geno Studio (Golden Kamuy), Studio Colorido (A Whisker Away), Trigger (Kill La Kill), Cinema Citrus (Made in Abyss), Science Saru (Devil: Crybaby), Produced by IG (Ghost in and) Shell ).
Each short animation will have a unique style, even those made by the studio itself. "What's really exciting is how special and unique these shorts are," said Josh Rimes, who has produced several of the Star Wars animated shows. "Each studio has different styles and colors." LucasFilm Executive Producer James Fogg also commented on how the team "really wanted to give these creators a massive creative birth to discover the Star Wars galaxy," allowing studios and developers the freedom to act based on who they want to star in in the Wars universe.
The Star Wars: Vision anime series premieres at Disney+ on September 22nd. While we wait for it, you may come across other Star Wars series like The Mandalorian and Star Wars: The Bad Batch, which are also available to stream. p>
Star Wars: Visions is an anthology series moving to Disney+ starting September 22