Willow series possibly in the works at Disney+

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https://variety.com/2019/tv/news/ron...es-1203202706/

"Ron Howard and “Solo” writer Jonathan Kasdan are in negotiations for a sequel series to Howard’s 1988 feature “Willow” at Disney+, Variety has confirmed.

In an interview on MTV’s “Happy Sad Confused” podcast, Howard said that “serious discussions” were ongoing and confirmed that Warwick Davis, who played the titular character in the original, would be returning.

Warwick is so cool and so good and he’s such a good actor that I really hope we get the chance to see the mature Willow in action,” Howard said.

“Willow” centers on a dwarf Willow Ufgood (Davis) who reluctantly forced into playing a critical role in protecting a special infant named Elora Danan from an evil queen (Jean Marsh). A prophecy told that Elora would bring the queen’s downfall. Willow is helped along the way by a mercenary swordsman, played by Val Kilmer.

Joanne Whalley, Billy Barty and Kevin Pollak all also starred."



Small update on this, it's out this year.

Warwick Davis is back as as Willow.

The story is that of Willow joining a Princess to save her twin brother.

What I find funniest about this, is the introduction of the original movie's making-of documentary.
"At a time of sequels and spin-offs, where many movies have numbers after their titles, Willow is truly one of a kind. With a complex story full of twists and turns and surprises, it couldn't be told on the stage and with its visual scope majesty, it couldn't be told on the small screen of television. Willow had to be a movie."
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