A New Rumor Claims Jon Favreau's STAR WARS Show Will Be Set On Mandalore 3 Years After The Fall Of The Empire

While we have a general idea of where Jon Favreau's Star Wars series falls in the timeline, most of the story details remain a mystery. Fortunately, a new rumor may shed some light on the Disney project.

We recently learned that Jon Favreau's live-action Star Wars series would have a budget close to $100 million, but we still don't have an official word on what the show will be about. However, if this new rumor from Making Star Wars is correct, we may finally have details on the setting and the plot.

According to the site's sources, the series will be "set around three years after Return of the Jedi" on the planet Mandalore. But unlike other planets in the galaxy, the Mandelorian home is in turmoil following the fall of the Empire, and the show will be about "restoring Mandalore to its former self."

No other story details were shared, but if this rumor proves true, it means fans will finally see Mandalore make its live-action debut. Who knows, perhaps fan-favorite characters like Sabine and Bo-Katan, or the legendary Darksaber, will make an appearance.

Either way, it will be interesting to return to the planet that is mostly known for its role in the animated Clone Wars show.
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