The upcoming short computer-animated film is all set to hit Disney+Hotstar this October on the 1st.
Star Wars fans, do not miss this film LEGO Star Wars Terrifying Tale. The short film, directed by Ken Cunningham, is set in the Star Wars Universe and is all set to land on the OTT platform soon.
Is LEGO Star Wars Terrifying Tales set after the events of Star Wars IX: The Rise of Skywalker?
The upcoming computer-animated film is set after the events of ‘Rise of Skywalker’, which came out in 2019. According to the storyline, Poe Dameron and BB-8 (one of the popular duos of Star Wars Universe) visit the Castle Vader- first luxury resort, which is the galaxy’s first all-inclusive and Sith-inspired resort. This happens after they crash land on planet Mustafar and have a not-so-pleasant meeting with the greedy and scheming Graballa the Hutt.
How does Vanee come into the picture?
Meanwhile, they run into Vanee who is a courteous servant of Darth Vader who regales three creepy tales of the ancient artifacts and iconic villains from across the eras of Star Wars. They constitute Sith-inspired stories, which also include how a young Ben Solo (son of Han Solo) first met Ren and his knights of Ren.
Coming back to Castle Vader, it was purchased by Graballa the Hutt, which is now under renovation in the movie. In this duration, Poe Dameron, BB-8, Graballa and Dean (a plucky and courageous young boy and Graballa’s mechanic) venture deep into the castle accompanied by Vanee. What they don’t know is that a sinister plan is awaiting them.
It is time for the popular duo to face their fears with the help of Dean and stop the ancient evil from rising and ultimately make it back to their friends.
Who is the voice cast of the film?
Voicing the roles of Poe Dameron and Dean are Jake Green and Raphael Alejandro respectively. Dana Snyder is cast as Graballa the Hutt while Tony Hale as Vanee and Christian Slater as Ren.
When and where to watch LEGO Star Wars Terrifying Tales?
Get ready to catch the premiere of LEGO Star Wars Terrifying Tales on Disney+Hotstar, this October 1.