Disney has announced a new animated series from LucasFilm, Star Wars: The Bad Batch, which spins off from the critically-acclaimed series finale of The Clone Wars. Details include that the Disney Plus original series will premiere on the streaming service in 2021. The series follows the elite and experimental clones of the Bad Batch (first …
Disney announces a new Star Wars docuseries for The Mandalorian which goes behind the scenes of the popular live-action series. Jon Favreau will host Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian and share tales of the making of the live-action series which kicks off its eight-episode run on May 4. In Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian, executive producer Jon …
LucasFilm released the Star Wars: The Clone Wars final season trailer teasing the return of the series to Disney Plus. “Witness the end of the groundbreaking series. The final season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars starts streaming Feb. 21 on Disney Plus,” the video description teases. Star Wars: The Clone Wars kicked off back …
Announced at Comic-Con, following airing for five seasons starting back in 2008, Disney and LucasFilm announce the return of Star Wars: The Clone Wars, which will be a part of the new Disney streaming network. Check out the trailer and info! Dave Filoni announced at the San Diego Comic-Con during a 10th anniversary panel that Star Wars: …
This is just a friendly reminder that the final season to Star Wars: The Clone Wars should be available on Netflix later tonight.
We’re guessing Season 6, “The Lost Missions,” should be available on Netflix at 12:01 am ET on March 7th.
If not at that time, then the 13 episodes will probably be available a couple hours later or maybe the AM.
Netflix also will be debuting the past five seasons of Star Wars: The Clone Wars, which is set to include director’s cut versions of the episodes never before seen on TV.
Check out a pair of clips for Star Wars: The Clone Wars on Netflix:
A new clip for the upcoming final season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars, “The Lost Missions,” has been released as the sixth season hits Netflix on March 7th. The past five seasons will also be made available in its entirety with Director’s Cut episodes as well.
Below you can watch a special trailer for the last season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars “The Lost Missions.” “The Lost Missions” will be available on Netflix staring March 7th in its entirety. In addition, all five of the previous Star Wars: The Clone Wars seasons will be available on Netflix including director’s cut …
The final season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars is set to premiere March 7th on Netflix in its entirety.
Viewers will be able to binge-watch the entire 13-episode run as every episode will be released on the video streaming network.
USA Today has been provided a clip from the Star Wars: The Clone Wars final season, “The Lost Missions.”
Disney is also making seasons 1-5 available on Netflix as well, which also includes director cut episodes.
Previously our source told us that Star Wars Episode VII might take place 30 year after Return of the Jedi and feature a disciple of Palpatine, and most recently gave us details about a possible Darth Maul spin-off movie.
The latest is in regards to the new Star Wars animated TV series as well as the direction Disney will be taking their various related media including the video games.
We know that Disney recently canceled Star Wars: The Clone Wars and closed down the LucasArts video game division.
We’re told a majority – if not all – the Star Wars related media will be focusing on events following Episode VI, which would include the spin-off movies, TV and video games.
Our source said his LucasFilm friend offered the following.
• The new animated Star Wars TV series may focus on the Rebellion taking down the remaining remnants of the Empire spread across the galaxy. It’s said to be similar to The Clone Wars in which it features a large cast of characters and doesn’t focus on a sole group (i.e. Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia and Han Solo).
• The spin-offs films could include original characters and may not be focused on a well known character (i.e. Boba Fett, Han Solo etc).
• However, a spin-off may possibly be set before Episode I for certain characters (i.e. Yoda).
• New video games will be post Episode VI and could be based on the TV Series being developed.
• There will more than likely be video games based on Episode VII, VIII and IX.
[[wysiwyg_imageupload:6052:]]Now this is a shocker as it’s been thought that the popular animated series, Star Wars: The Clone Wars would simply move from its current home on Cartoon Network to DisneyXD; however, that’s not the case.
Lucasfilm announced they are ending Star Wars: The Clone Wars and relaunching with a new animated series taking place in a different time period previously untouched by any of the films or other television programming.
Lucasfilm also announced that the Star Wars Detours comedy series, which involved Seth Green, Matthew Senreich, and Todd Grimes, will be post-poned.
StarWars.com made the announcement:
As we enter into an exciting new era focused on the next Star Wars trilogy, Lucasfilm has decided to pursue a new direction in animated programming. We are exploring a whole new Star Wars series set in a time period previously untouched in Star Wars films or television programming. You can expect more details in the months to come.
As part of this shift, we have also made some key decisions affecting Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Star Wars Detours.
After five highly successful and critically acclaimed seasons of Star Wars: The Clone Wars, we feel the time has come to wind down the series. While the studio is no longer producing new episodes for Cartoon Network, we’re continuing production on new Clone Wars story arcs that promise to be some of the most thrilling adventures ever seen. Stay tuned for more information on where fans can soon find this bonus content. In the video below, Supervising Director Dave Filoni offers a peek of what is to come in Star Wars: The Clone Wars.
At Star Wars Celebration VI last year, George Lucas gave fans a glimpse at the animated comedy series Star Wars Detours from Seth Green, Matthew Senreich, and Todd Grimes. Detours was conceived and produced before we decided to move forward with the new Star Wars trilogy, and in the wake of that decision, Lucasfilm has reconsidered whether launching an animated comedy prior to the launch of Episode VII makes sense. As a result, we’ve decided to postpone the release of Detours until a later date.
We are incredibly proud of the teams at Lucasfilm Animation for creating some of the most amazing animation ever produced for TV.
While many names have been crossed off the list to direct the new Star Wars Episode VII movie in 2015, The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman wants to add one.
Kirkman was tweeting earlier about Star Wars – how “obsessed” he is with all the news – and wondered why the director of Star Wars: The Clone Wars wasn’t on anybody’s list.
I’m shocked I haven’t heard Genndy Tartakovsky come up in the director speculation. His Clone Wars cartoons were awesome. He’d be great!
Kirkman is also disappointed to learn about Brad Bird being taking out of contention to direct Star Wars as well, tweeting to Brad Bird:
Tartakovsky will be directing the upcoming new Popeye movie from Sony, which has a September 26, 2014 release date.
Robert Kirkman writes the monthly The Walking Dead comic book, with the TV show airing Sundays at 9pm ET on AMC.
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The 10th Doctor Who, David Tennant, recently had a role on the Cartoon Network Star Wars: The Clone Wars television show, and now the actor says he would like to play a part in the new Star Wars movie.
“No, I didn’t. I would have loved to do that,” Tennant said. “No, I did it at a little underground studio in Soho.”
Tennant says he voiced the part over a year and a half ago, so he had no prior information on the Star Wars movies, but when asked if he would like to have a role in the new movies responded in the affirmative.
“Yes, new Star Wars films. Yeah, that would be great,” he said. “Star Wars is such a key part of my childhood, my entire life. These are the fairy tales of our era, aren’t they?”
Regarding next year’s Doctor Who 50th Anniversary?
David Tennant wished he had an answer to the question as he gets asked it all the time.
Check out the video below for more.
Star Wars Episode VII has a 2015 release date.
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Former Doctor Who, David Tennant, will be guest starring on the next episode of Star Wars: The Clone Wars.
David Tennant will be voicing the character Huyang as he gives instruction on how to build a lightsaber.
Check out the following clip for more.
Regarding the news that Disney has acquired Lucasfilm and Star Wars, which includes Star Wars: The Clone Wars, it seems to be a pretty much given that the show will move from Cartoon Network to one of the Disney channels.
Star Wars: The Clone Wars airs Saturday, November 11th at 9:30am on Cartoon Network.
New season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars premieres Saturday, Sept. 29 at 9:30 a.m. on Cartoon Network
Cartoon Network and Lucasfilm Animation present the Season Five premiere of Star Wars: The Clone Wars this Saturday, September 29 at 9:30 a.m. Continuing the story from the epic Season Four finale, Season Five begins with â€œRevival.â€ Darth Maul and Savage Opress are reunited and brimming with rage. They bring terror across the galaxy, invading other worlds and forcibly recruiting Hondo and his pirates into their army. Brave Jedi confront the brothers in an effort to stop them and must fight for their lives while vying to save the Republic.
Season Five Summary:
The shadow of the dark side falls upon Star Wars: The Clone Wars Season Five as the series moves closer to the grim events of Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith. The big-screen action, unforgettable characters, and rousing adventure of the Star Wars Saga continue, as Jedi heroes face a galaxy of foes. With unparalleled visuals, sound, action and adventure, Star Wars: The Clone Wars continues the cinematic saga with the equivalent of a short animated Star Wars movie each week. Season Five is filled with explosive action, exotic worlds, intriguing characters and shocking turns as several major players face their destinies as the galaxy plunges into darkness.
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This should come to no surprise to any Star Wars fan.
Seems Jar Jar Binks is really part of the Dark Side!
The actor who played Jar Jar Binks, Ahmed Best, recently spoke to EW and revealed a cut scene from Star Wars: Revenge of The Sith where a conversation between the Emperor and Jar Jar Binks leads to Palpatine thanking the Gungan for helping him ascend to power. However, the scene never made it, in part due to, of course, George Lucas.
“In Revenge of the Sith, there was a scene that was cut where I’m walking down a long pathway with Ian McDiarmid before he is turned into the Emperor,” Best explains. “And Palpatine kind of thanks Jar Jar for putting him in power. It’s a really interesting scene, and it shows the evolution of Jar Jar from this fun-loving kid’s character into this manipulated politician. And it was an interesting arc for the character that I thought could have been explored, because the scene is really dark. But it just didn’t fit in the movie, which I understand. But yeah, George’s take on it is Jar Jar is now just a politician.”
The conversation that was deleted references Jar Jar Binks‘ speech to the Senate from Clone Wars where Binks, now a delegate from his home planet of Naboo, supports granting Palpatine emergency powers, which we all know leads to the rise of the Empire.
The EW article also reveals that the cast thought Jar Jar Binks was going to be a “break out character” from Phantom Menace, but due to audience reaction, Jar Jar’s part in the next two movies was diminished.