Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker will debut on Disney Plus on May 4th — “Star Wars Day,” of course — the company announced today, bringing the final Star Wars film to the streaming service. The move means that, soon, fans will be able to stream the entire nine-film Skywalker Saga (along with spinoff films Solo and Rogue One) all in one place — in 4K.
The Rise of Skywalker is another part of Disney’s plans for May 4th Star Wars content on Disney Plus. It’ll also debut its new documentary series Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian, which is about the making of the Disney Plus series, along with the series finale of the animated Star Wars: The Clone Wars, which was brought back from cancellation for the streaming service.
Along with the new content, Disney plans to update the artwork on Disney Plus for its Star Wars movies and shows with original concept paintings from a variety of artists who have worked on the series, including Ralph McQuarrie and Doug Chiang.
Disney’s streaming service is available as a standalone subscription, or can be bundled with Hulu and ESPN+.
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