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    Disney+’s Willow Series Gets First Trailer, Release Date

    The first official trailer for the upcoming Disney+ fantasy series Willow has been released, as has a release date for the project. The series is set to release on Disney+ on November 30, 2022.

    RELATED: Warwick Davis Introduces the Cast of Willow in New Video

    The teaser trailer was shown off during the Star Wars Celebration 2022 event in Anaheim, California. The brief look at the upcoming show sets the stage for what promises to continue the adventure from the 1988 film, and will center on an unlikely group of heroes as they set off on a quest and face off against both their inner demons and real-life foes while they try to save the world.

    Check out the Willow teaser trailer below:

    Warwick Davis is the only cast member from the 1988 Willow movie to return for the series. He will reprise his role as Willow Ufgood. However, the spotlight will now fall on Princess Kit (Ruby Cruz), as she has to save her twin brother, who has been kidnapped. Kit won’t be alone on her quest, as a warrior named Jade (Erin Kellyman) and Kit’s maid, Dove (Ellie Bamber), will accompany her. Boorman (Amer Chadha-Patel) also joins the three young women in return for being freed from prison.

    RELATED: James Newton Howard to Score Disney+’s Willow Series

    Jonathan Kasdan and Wendy Mericle are showrunning the series. Ron Howard, the director of the original Willow, will produce the series alongside Bob Dolman.

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