Lucasfilm is seemingly all-in on Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni. According to a new report from Bespin Bulletin, the creative duo behind smash hits The Mandalorian and The Book of Boba Fett are working on developing another, unnamed series for the studio. The information originates from a listing on Production Weekly, which has been advertising an “untitled Star Wars project” entering production for some time. Now, however, the listing has been updated to include a working title, as well as Favreau and Filoni as active producers. It appears the series is under development as “Ghost Track 17,” and is reportedly set to be part of the “MandoVerse” franchise created by its producers within the greater Star Wars universe.
Bespin Bulletin speculates the working title could relate the series to revolving around a Queen, or some sort of royalty. As they explain, a “Ghost Track” typically refers to a song hidden on an album, and one of the most famous Ghost Tracks appears on the album Abbey Road. That Ghost Track ends up being the seventeenth track on the album, and is titled “Her Majesty,” meaning the working title likely refers a monarch of some sort. Who that could be is still unknown, considering most known royals in the Star Wars universe predate the MandoVerse timeline, which is set between the events of Episode VI – Return of the Jedi and Episode VII – The Force Awakens. The series will join several other upcoming Favreau and Filoni projects, such as Ashoka and Skeleton Crew.
Source: Bespin Bulletin