In the run-up to Disney+ launching in the UK, it's offering a deal for potential subscribers to sign up for its first year.
After the box office performance of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker ended with a whimper rather than a bang, it appears that the future of the franchise will be on the small screen.
Disney+ has revealed that the second season of The Mandalorian will air in October this year, along with premiere dates for its new Marvel TV shows.
Kennedy was at the awards show to receive a Bafta Fellowship, the highest accolade bestowed by the British Academy.
Reports have it that Taika Waititi, the Kiwi director of Thor: Ragnarok, is being eyed to develop a new Star Wars movie.
In a fabulous moment of torch passing, it's emerged that Star Wars creator George Lucas met Baby Yoda on the set of The Mandalorian.
The Mandalorian wound up its first series over the festive period, with early trepidation turning into a strong finale.
'The Rise of Skywalker' brings the main 'Star Wars' saga to an end after more than 40 years, leaving many questions about what comes next.
Watch the new characters turning up in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, because we might well be seeing some of them again.
With The Mandalorian unfolding a new world in the Star Wars universe, director and showrunner Jon Favreau reckons his characters won't be restricted to the Outer Rim.
Despite some early technical issues, Disney launched its ambitious new streaming platform Disney+ yesterday, and with it came its flagship show, the Star Wars spin-off The Mandalorian.
Back in 2017, it was announced that British director Stephen Daldry, maker of movies like Billy Elliot and Netflix hit The Crown, had signed up to make a standalone Obi-Wan Kenobi movie.
Disney CEO Bob Iger has confirmed that he plans to put the Star Wars movies into a 'hiatus' after the release of episode nine, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.
While we await The Mandalorian, Ewan McGregor has teased details of the planned Obi-Wan Kenobi series for Disney's new streaming platform Disney+.
Anyone still on the fence over whether they're more excited about The Mandalorian than they are about The Rise of Skywalker has probably just had their minds made up.
After the first trailer for Star War spin-off series The Mandalorian landed at the Disney expo event D23 in August, buzz has started to build for director Jon Favreau's take on the galaxy far, far away.
Those waiting for the announcement of when Disney+, the new Disney streaming platform, will be launching in the UK may be waiting a little while yet.
Daisy Riley, John Boyega, Billy Dee Williams help unveil a slew of new toys that shed light on new characters, vehicles, battles and planets.