LEGO's Star Wars cartoons and games are great; they don't take the franchise seriously at all, and they often poke fun at its missteps.
This leads to the duo interacting with a long list of famous faces, though they'll need to get back in time for the Life Day feast on Kashyyyk. "Life Day was an easy sell with Lego and "Star Wars" because it gives you the license to be a little more playful and comedic", Rimes explains. But something goes terribly wrong, leaving them stuck spiraling through time and space and putting them in danger of missing their Life Day celebration with Chewbacca back on his homeworld of Kashyyk.
A new "Star Wars" holiday special, produced with Legos, will debut on Disney+ streaming service in November, it was announce on Thursday. He also excitedly teased that LEGO versions of the franchise's villains including Emperor Palpatine, Darth Vader, and Kylo Ren will have a chance to interact with one another.
Think It's a Wonderful Life meets Planes, Trains and Automobiles meets Christmas Vacation.with all Star Wars characters and a hefty dollop of '70s cult camp.
The Holiday Special is still only available on bootleg.
Not too long ago, The Mandalorian creator Jon Favreau earnestly talked about his desire to make a new Star Wars holiday special. Because Star Wars owns the holiday season, even when there's no new release on the immediate horizon. And maybe Rose Tico will actually have something to do this time.
The special will feature Rey and other characters from the most recent "Star Wars" movie trilogy. The special is directed by Ken Cunningham and written by David Shayne, who will also serve as a co-executive producer, alongside James Waugh, Josh Rimes, Jason Cosler, Jacqui Lopez, Jill Wilfert, and Keith Malone.