STAR WARS: AHSOKA trailer – Rosario Dawson gets her own Jedi series on Disney+

STAR WARS: AHSOKA trailer – Rosario Dawson gets her own Jedi series on Disney+

Star Wars Celebration is happening right now in London, which means Lucasfilm is premiering all sorts of trailers and news about upcoming STAR WARS movies and shows (and other company projects). One of the most exciting is AHSOKA, based on the animated series character created by Dave Filoni, and seen in live action form on THE MANDALORIAN on Disney+, played by Rosario Dawson. And now AHSOKA is getting her own series, which stars (of course) Dawson as Ahsoka Tano, Hayden Christensen (as Anakin Skywalker), Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Ray Stevenson, Natasha Liu Bordizzo (as Sabine Wren), Eman Esfandi (as Ezra Bridger), and Ivanna Sakhno. Check out the first full trailer and tell us your thoughts in the comments.

AHSOKA premieres August 2023 on Disney+

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