The Acolyte showrunner Leslye Headland remarked that she could not be “reflected” in the forthcoming Star Wars TV series for queerness.
All the fans so far knew that Disney+ is set to be women-centred and fits into the mystery-thriller category since it focuses on the appearance of the dark side in the latter days of the High Republic.
She told that, in referring to the personal life of franchise creator George Lucas: “As the original movie from Star Wars A New Hope is about a young man who lives in Modesto, California, who doesn’t want to take over the hardware store of his father, so I there is no way that me being a queer woman will not be visible on the show.”
“I can’t try, but why should I? It feels like I’m extending something naturally. I think your identification is vital because the storyline at its very heart always goes back to your personal or emotional features,” she remarked. “Whether I say it openly or not, mine is just going to be in my work, and it’s always going to be there.”
Headland said she’s most excited to make the characters fill out and see if she can successfully combine Star Wars and “State America,” which indicates how we may expect the programme to be.
Star Wars: the Acolyte Headland is considered the first Queer to play such a part in the longstanding storey in writing and managing.
Disney + has several small-screen properties, including Boba Fett Book, Ahsoka, Rangers of the NR, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Andor and The Mandalorian, which will be published over the next few years.
Now Disney+ is streaming in Mandalor’s seasons 1 and 2. Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker and the Skywalker Saga is now available on DVD, Blu-ray, 4K and Disney+ and Sky Cinema Premiere and NOW as well.
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