Disney+ has revealed a new poster for the entire Skywalker Saga to mark Star Wars Day.
All nine of the movies released within the main Star Wars chronology between 1977 and 2019 are now available to stream for Disney+ subscribers, with last year’s closing chapter The Rise of Skywalker added to the service today.
Ahead of today’s May the Fourth celebration, the British account for Disney+ debuted some stunning new artwork.
The poster brings together major characters from all nine movies, from the leading men and women through to the likes of General Grievous, Boba Fett and prequel trilogy Sith Lord Count Dooku.
The Rise of Skywalker joins Disney+ six months after it sparked a divisive reaction on its cinema release.
J.J. Abrams’ conclusion to the Skywalker Saga split critics to the tune of a 52% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
The film barely fared better with audiences and gained a disappointing B- Cinemascore — just one rung higher than the C+ response given to the widely derided Cats.
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As celebrations for Star Wars Day take place online, Disney has released a short video paying tribute to every corner of the Star Wars universe — including The Mandalorian and the animated series.
There is a huge selection of Star Wars content on Disney+, including all eight episodes of The Mandalorian and the entirety of both Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Star Wars Rebels.
Today, the streaming platform has also debuted the first episode of Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian, exploring the making of the show.
All of the Skywalker Saga movies are now streaming on Disney+.