Disney+Hotstar is among the most renowned worldwide OTT streaming platforms that has gained popularity in recent years due to its innovative and original content.
No matter what the genre is, whether it’s original series or films, TV series or live streaming of sports is now the top choice for the avid sports and entertainment people around the globe.
When we consider the quality of its content throughout the years, the platform has delivered a variety of amazing shows such as The Plot Against America, City On A Hill, Billions, The Outsider, Chernobyl and numerous others.
The streaming service is set to release another highly anticipated and hyped web-based series in the near future. Yes! Yes it’s happening!. Disney+Hotstar will soon launch web-based shows called “Light & Magic”, directed by Lawrence Kasdan, known for co-writing Star War films like The Empire Strikes Back, Return of the Jedi, The Force Awakens, Solo: A Star War Story and numerous other films.
Light & Magic OTT Release Date
Disney+Hotstar has revealed the release date for its long-awaited six-part documentary series Light & Magic, based on the storied work of the world-renowned special visual effects Division that is part of Lucasfilms “Industrial Light & Magic” (ILM).
The original series of Disney+Hotstar directed by Brian Grazer, Ron Howard, Justin Wilkes, Lawrence Kasdan, Kathleen Kennedy and Michelle Rejwan is scheduled to launch all six episodes in 2022 on the 27th of July, on the platform. Save the date and experience the thrilling journey and behind-the-scenes battle of ILM.
Trailer & Plot
In addition to revealing the release date for the show, the creators also revealed its trailer. The show follows the complete story of the cult American Motion image visual effects firm “Industrial Light & Magic” starting from its beginnings to the way it reached its milestones. All aspects of the story will be explored in the show.
ILM was established on the 26th of May 1975 by the well-known Hollywood filmmaker and businessman George Lucas. It is a division of the film producer’s company Lucasfilms.
ILM was the creator of the first-ever visually stunning effects from the well-known Star War franchise. It is today the most sought-after VFX maker in Hollywood. Through the years, it has been involved in more than 350 films that have won 16 Oscars and 33 Sci-Tech awards, and three Emmy Awards.