Tom Holland’s Spider-Man movies will serve as the inspiration for the Star Wars: Skeleton Crew series, starring Jude Law.
The Serie Star Wars: Skeleton Crew was confirmed yesterday by Disney+. It will be created by jon wattsthe director of the movies spider-man of Marvel Studios. Watts’ writing partner will be Christopher Ford. It is said to be “a galactic version of Amblin’s classic coming-of-age adventure films during the ’80s.” The show will be centered around a group of pre-teen boys from a small planet and get lost in the galaxy.
Star Wars: Skeleton Crew will explore these children’s journey to return home and will take place sometime after the events of Return of the Jedi. Writer Christopher Ford said that while the series will star children, it won’t necessarily be geared towards a child audience. That means it will have appeal far beyond a youthful, Spider-Man-esque audience.
The arachnid influence, transferred to the galactic saga
While it’s easy to laugh at the idea of a galactic series starring young children, both Jon Watts and Christopher Ford have shown a deft understanding of young characters. They know how to write and direct younger actors and turn them into strong, moving and believable characters. They did it with the Spider-Man from Tom Holland. Jude Law will be the protagonist of Star Wars: Skeleton Crew and the producer kathleen kennedy He has assured that he has “the perfect personality to lead a group of children”. That suggests that he will be the protagonist or the father figure.
Jude Law’s casting is another indication of the influence of the Spider-Man movies, as each of those three movies also features a strong figure, sort of lying. It is the case of Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.), Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) Y Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch). Jon Watts know how to find the balance between making a children’s show and making a show with children. That’s what we can really expect from Star Wars: Skeleton Crew. At least, that is what our colleagues at ScreenRant.