FLCL director Masahiko Otsuka suggests in an interview that Star Wars: Visions, the upcoming anime-inspired anthology, may be their final project.

Studio Trigger and Production IG have teamed up with Lucasfilm to bring to the public the upcoming anime-inspired anthology series, Star Wars: Visions, which will feature a wide variety of artistic styles and stories set in the Star Wars universe.

Studio Trigger head and FLCL Director Masahiko Otsuka recently suggested that the next series could be his last project. Speaking at Studio Trigger’s AX Live 2021 panel, Ostuka stated (translated): “I’d be satisfied if Star Wars was the last thing I did.” The director previously expressed on Twitter that it was Star Wars that inspired him to work in film and that he is excited for Star Wars: Visions.

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Ostuka’s career in anime spans three decades. He has been involved in iconic films such as Studio Ghibli’s Pom Room, just like him Neon Genesis Evangelion Serie. One of his best known works is FLCL (Fooly Cooly), a short animated series spanning six episodes that originally aired from 2000 to 2001 in Japan and gained a significant following in the US A second season launched in 2016, bringing the total number of episodes to 12.

Star Wars: Visions will be available exclusively on Disney + on September 22. Lucasfilm recently gave audiences a special look at the Star Wars anthology. The duel, Lop and Eight, Tattoine rhapsody, and finally, The old Y The Twins. The old It will be directed by Ostuka.

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