Disney and Lucasfilm have released the first trailer for the upcoming Star Wars Resistance animated series which debuts this October.
Lucasfilm and Dave Filoni have just announced at SDCC that The Clone Wars will be returning with new episodes (via Disney’s Streaming Service) to tell the tale of The Siege of Mandalore!
Disney and Lucasfilm have issued a press release for the release of Solo: A Star Wars Story on home video (Digital – 9/14 & Blu-ray/DVD – 9/25). Click on through for the details.
At the Le Rendez-vous des Partenaires 2018 de Disney France, key art* for the upcoming Star Wars Resistance series has been revealed via a tweet from Guillaume Malgouyres.
*Image color corrected
Thanks to fellow First Order Transmissions member, Corey, for the alert.
BURBANK, California, June 28, 2018 –– Star Wars Rebels: The Complete Fourth Season delivers all 15 action-packed episodes of the hit CG animated series’ final season, plus exclusive, never-before-seen bonus extras on Blu-ray™!
Debuting in the summer of 2008, Star Wars: The Clone Wars was Lucasfilm’s first-ever CG animated television series which gave fans the opportunity to further explore the characters and storylines introduced in the movie saga.
Created and Executive Produced by George Lucas with Supervising Director Dave Filoni at the helm, the critically-acclaimed series featured epic space battles and dynamic lightsaber duels, but also explored some of the personal triumphs and challenges of the Jedi Knights.
Through cinematic stories with groundbreaking visuals and sound design, The Clone Wars provided a broad expansion of the Star Wars universe over the course of 6 seasons.
To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Emmy Award-winning series, Executive Producer Dave Filoni and special guests will share a look back on the stories that enriched the Star Wars universe and introduced several fan-favorite characters like Ahsoka Tano and Captain Rex to a galaxy far, far away….
San Diego Comic-Con, Thursday, July 19th
11:45am – 12:45pm, Room 6BCF
Rumors are swirling that Lucasfilm has back-burnered plans for future standalone films and is focusing on Episode IX and Rian Johnson’s trilogy. This comes after the disappointing box office of Solo: A Star Wars Story last month. Collider has the exclusive report.
No official statement has been issued.
Update: Lucasfilm has issued a statement via ABCNews that multiple films are still in the pipeline and stating that reports of standalone films being put on hold are “inaccurate”.
Tickets for next year’s Star Wars Celebration in Chicago are officially on sale. Sadly for those wanting VIP tickets, they sold out in about 2 minutes. To get your ticket take this link and wait in the virtual queue.
The Official Star Wars Celebration has posted the ticket details for next year’s event:
Adult – 1 Day (Thurs. Preview) – $55 / $65 at the door
Kids (6-12 yrs) (Thurs. Preview) – $35 / $45 at the door
Adult – 1 Day (Fri. Sat. Sun. or Mon.) – $75 / $85 at the door
Adult – 5 Day – $215 / $225 at the door
Kids (6-12 yrs) – 5 Day – $100 / $110 at the door
Jedi Master VIP – $850
Tickets go on sale Tuesday, June 5th at noon CDT. Visit StarWarsCelebration.com for the full details.