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!
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
Disney and Lucasfilm has have officially announced Star Wars Resistance, a new animated series set to debut this Fall from Lucasfilm Animation, the creators of The Clone Wars and Star Wars Rebels. For the full details, head to StarWars.com.
You may recall, we were the first to report the registration of the name Star Wars Resistance back in February.
Yesterday, Dave Filoni took to social media to praise Funko’s selection of Star Wars Rebels POP! figures. In the group shot, you can see the March Smuggler’s Bounty Exclusive Maul as well as another figure rumored to be pack alongside him – can you spot it?
Still recovering from the epic Star Wars Rebels Season 2 finale? Feel like you have more questions than answers about what the future holds for the crew of the Ghost? Fear not! Star Wars Rebels Executive Producer and Supervising Director Dave Filoni is headed to Star Wars Celebration Europe this July. Filoni (and special guests) will share highly guarded sneak peeks at what’s to come in Star Wars Rebels season 3 including a screening of the first two episodes!
A long-time Star Wars fan himself, Filoni’s direction has added depth and resonance to the universe and characters with the critically acclaimed Star Wars: The Clone Wars and the Rebels animated series. Fans at Celebration are in for great programming, and some unforgettable Q&A sessions, whenever Filoni takes the stage.
Don’t miss Star Wars Rebels at Celebration Europe!
USA Today has posted an exclusive article discussing Ahsoka Tano’s effect on the franchise and her return to Star Wars Rebels in Season Two.
In this very special episode of The WolfPack Podcast, Corey, Dan, Chris, Logan, Marco, and Mike chat with Dave Filoni (Supervising Director of Star Wars The Clone Wars and Executive Producer of Star Wars Rebels) as we talk about the latest season of Star Wars The Clone Wars, and take a look back at past seasons. Dave tells us a lot of great answers to questions the Star Wars community have been wondering about, such as “How would Ahsoka and Bo Katan work together? And “Is Barriss Offee still alive? We also talk a little bit about the upcoming Star Wars Rebels, and Star Wars Weekends. So strap in, drink your blue milk, and get ready for the jump to hyperspace in the new exciting episode!
Newsarama has posted an exclusive report that the story arc involving Darth Maul in The Clone Wars series will be concluded via a four-part limited edition comic book series titled: Darth Maul: Son of Dathomir this May.
It is a huge disappointment that these episodes won’t be completed in their intended animated form, but at least the story will finally get some closure.
Dave Filoni has posted the following information regarding the final, unreleased episodes of The Clone Wars:
Star Wars fans – I have some exciting news! We have wrapped production on all of the remaining Star Wars: The Clone Wars episodes, and while that might be sad news in one way, it’s good news in another. It means you will finally get to see them. When, exactly, is a detail I cannot yet share. I can confirm that in early 2014 you will be watching the final episodes of The Clone Wars, including one of Master Yoda’s most challenging missions. So, get ready. We’ve got Clone Wars and Rebels coming at you in 2014. Animated Star Wars is alive and well. Trust in the Force my friends.– Dave