Star Wars fans had many reasons to celebrate the last week, with Disney and Lucasfilm confirming everything, from Star Wars, The Premiere Date of Indor to The Mandalorian’s second and third halves, to Star Wars, the second and fourth years of Obi-Wan.
Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order is widely regarded as one of the greatest Star Wars games ever. An idea can’t be realized because it is impossible to make a sequel.
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Star Wars fans now have more reasons to celebrate.
Star Wars Insider reports that Cal Kestis, the protagonist of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order and its sequel Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, is Kristian Harloff. A live-action adaptation will be available on Disney+, with Cameron Monaghan reprising his role in the young Jedi role.
Harloff stated that this was a rumor, and it wasn’t confirmed. The timing of the announcement is perfect, though, if you stop and think about it. Ewan McGregor revealed in May that Obi Wan Kenobi was connected to Star Wars Jedi. He might have been referring to the fact that Disney+’s recently concluded series takes place four year after the fall of the order. The sequel will be set immediately following the first encounter with Oi-Wan Kenobi.
Even if Cal Kestis doesn’t get the chance to star, we want to see him in a Star Wars spinoff.
The theory is that a Disney+ series featuring Monaghan and Cal Kestis might explore the time gap between Fallen Order Survivor in the years before its release in 2023.
If this is true, then we should hear from Cal Kestis soon enough to get more information in an official capacity. It wouldn’t make any sense for Disney not to publish a story about Survivor after the game has ended, and then leave it until later.