Disney's forthcoming animated 'Star Wars Rebels' will see a "Spark of the Rebellion" officially premiering this Friday on the Disney Channel (or right now, online!), but it may be a few weeks yet before the action really takes off on its proper Disney XD home. To wit, catch a brand-new clip beyond the premiere as Kanan takes on the villainous Inquisitor!
ScreenCrush’s WookieLeaks is a weekly roundup of everything 'Star Wars'! From 'Episode 7,' to the upcoming spinoffs and the TV shows, if it pertains to that long ago, far away galaxy, we’re covering it here, bringing you our expert analysis. This week, 'Star Wars Rebels' officially introduces its big bad, a genre veteran joins 'Star Wars: Episode 7,' and two incredible comedians battle for fan supremacy.
Last week saw forthcoming 'Star Wars' animated series 'Star Wars Rebels' formally introducing us to David Oyelowo's formidable Agent Kallus, but at least one more villainous voice of the cast had been left blank. Now, the in-between set series has officially confirmed that 'Harry Potter' baddie Jason Isaacs will voice the imposing Jedi-hunter "The Inquisitor," with a brand-new featurette introducing the character!
It's been a good long while since we've heard anything from the front of 'Star Wars Rebels,' the forthcoming animated TV series. Though, in spite of the many character reveals and teaser trailers, at least one aspect of the new Disney XD series has remained a mystery. The show hasn't officially confirmed the voice behind its Jedi-hunting baddie "The Inquisitor," but a new report suggests 'Harry Potter' villain Jason Isaacs might be our man.
Last week brought the news that NBC would officially give birth to its 'Rosemary's Baby' remake miniseries in mid-May, though at the time, footage from the four-hour special proved somewhat fleeting. Now, the full cast and horror-filled scope of the new 'Rosemary's Baby' has been revealed in the first completed trailer, and Zoe Saldana's pipes sound like they could use a rest from the screaming.
Surprised though we were to see NBC updating horror classic 'Rosemary's Baby' as a TV miniseries, our interest went up a notch with the addition of 'Guardians of the Galaxy' star Zoe Saldana in the title role. Now, the cast continues to flesh out with 'Awake' and 'Harry Potter' baddie Jason Isaacs, as well as 'Suits' star Patrick J. Adams.
Last year we were overly disappointed to learn that despite most of the critical raves for film star Jason Isaacs' turn in the low-rated NBC drama 'Awake,' the network had officially decided to pull the plug on the series after 13 episodes. Now, we're learning that Isaacs will return to TV for yet another high-profile project, this time over at CBS, as the 'Harry Potter' franchise star steps up his standing to play the titular 'Surgeon General.' Find out if 'Surgeon General' will thrive or prove DOA inside!
'Awake’ conjures up its fourth episode in “Kate is Enough” where Jason Isaacs’ Detective Britten encounters Rex's past babysitter at a crime scene, who seems to be involved in unrelated cases in both realities. Still treading lightly on any of the mysteries behind Britten’s dual realities this week, but another solidly cerebral, and intriguing hour.
Now, you’ve seen the series and want to know how the show fares a fourth time around, whether the narrative device falls apart or works like a dream, no pun intended! We’ve seen the latest, so what does “Kate is Enough” bring, bad octuplet puns, or will it be enough to jolt you out of your sleep?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about the third episode “Kate is Enough”!
‘Awake’ debuts its third closely-scrutinized episode in "Guilty" where Jason Isaacs' Detective Britten finds his son Rex kidnapped by an escaped man that he put away, and may have been wrongly accused, needing to investigate both realities for an answer. No new mysteries behind Britten's dual real
‘Awake’ debuts its hotly-anticipated follow-up to the pilot episode in "The Little Guy,' where Jason Isaacs' Detective Britten finds himself fixated on the murder of a fertility doctor in one reality, and his homeless counterpart in the other, searching for a "little guy" while his wife Hannah and son Rex coordinate across realities of Rex fixing up a motorcycle. Not only that, but exciting new conspiracies behind Britten's dual realities await!
But you’ve seen the pilot and want to know how the show fares a second time around, so you want to know whether or not it’s worth checking out! We’ve seen the first few episodes, so what does "The Little Guy" bring, and will it be enough to jolt you out of your sleep?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about the second episode "The Little Guy"!