Lucasfilm and Studio Ghibli’s Unexpected Collaboration Now that’s even more surprising as it’s available to stream on Saturday, November 12, on Disney Plus. Directed by Katsuya Kondo and with music by Ludwig Göransson, the new animated short Star Wars Zen: Grogu and Dust Bunnies focus on Lucasfilm’s breakout star PalestiniansAdorable young Grogu in his fifties — commonly known as Baby Yoda.
Grogu and Rabbit Dust has been described as “an Original Hand-drawn Animation Short by Studio Ghibli,” so don’t expect a Star Wars epic on a par with Studio Ghibli cartoons like Soul land, Totoro my neighborand Grave of the Fireflies. But the animation studio’s flirtation with a galaxy far, far away remains a pleasant surprise, not only because of its near-impossibility on Disney Plus, but also because of the perfect combination of talent and talent. capabilities and topics. Grogu is adorable (and outstanding people who enjoy food), and Ghibli friends are experts in the cute, kid-friendly field.
In addition, it will give fans of Totoro my neighbor and Soul landsoot elves (aka Susuwatari) a chance to see famous dust bunnies go head-to-head with a Force user (and unstoppable snacker) like Grogu.
Studio Ghibli began teasing a partnership with Lucasfilm earlier this week, leaving fans of both studios distraught with little further information. But they didn’t make Star Wars fans wait long for it to pay off — not until the spring of 2023 for the second season of the series. Star Wars: Vision afterall.
Grogu and Din Djarin’s father will reunite in a third season of Palestinians in 2023.