Given all the hype surrounding 'Star Wars Rebels,' several weeks ago brought the welcome news that 'Star Wars: The Clone Wars' would premiere its sixth and final season (dubbed the "Lost Missions" and produced before cancellation) entirely on Netflix. The first two lengthy clips of the new installments has arrived, as Master Yoda recruits Anakin's help for a special mission!
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We've been obsessively tracking 'Star Wars: The Clone Wars' follow-up 'Star Wars Rebels' that we nearly forgot that the former's season 6 "Lost Missions" will hit Netflix in their entirety this March! To that end, the final season trailer has arrived, chock full of new 'Star Wars' mythology to pore over, including the major return of Liam Neeson as Qui-Gon Jinn!
We've been excitedly devouring every scrap of news to come out of the forthcoming 'Star Wars' animated series, 'Star Wars Rebels,' but what of all the unreleased material from 'Star Wars: The Clone Wars'? Fans of the now-defunct series are in for some good news, as the "Lost Missions" will hit Netflix in their entirety in March, along with the complete series collection and director's cuts of seasons 1-5!
Much as we're anxious for a look at the newer, more "official" 'Star Wars' canon and the 'Star Wars Rebels' TV series to come, there can be no doubt that 'Star Wars: The Clone Wars' left a number of threads dangling in both produced and unproduced material. Darth Maul's big return remains the biggest question mark, but we'll soon find out his fate in the last Dark Horse comic books!
This past weekend at New York Comic-Con brought with it plenty of 'Star Wars' buzz and new details for upcoming animated series 'Star Wars Rebels,' but fans of the now-canceled 'Star Wars: The Clone Wars' will finally get a bit of closure as we've learned when the final-produced episodes will ultimately premiere.
Even with the recent casting calls and a 2015 release date, 'Star Wars' fans have almost no idea what direction the franchise will take when J.J. Abrams assumes control to deliver 'Episodes 7.' Vaguer still, we've only precious few ideas where the animated arm of the franchise will go with the 'Star Wars: The Clone Wars' replacement, 'Star Wars Rebels,' but what does the latest information about the cast say?
As bright as the future of 'Star Wars' might seem with its (at least) five new movies on the way, that future will always be dimmed by the cancellation of Cartoon Network's CGI epic 'Star Wars: The Clone Wars.' Admittedly, the series went through a meaty 5 seasons, but its unexpected shelving left a number of already-produced arcs on the cutting room floor, and a number of unanswered questions. Fortunately, you can get a new taste of one of the unreleased stories right now!
Little over a month ago 'Star Wars: The Clone Wars' fans were dismayed to learn that Disney had effectively shuttered production on Cartoon Network's long-running series, despite unfinished arcs and a number of episodes already in production. Even as supervising director Dave Filoni remains with the franchise overall, new reports suggest that unfinished material from 'Star Wars: The Clone Wars would have addressed a major 'Star Wars' mystery that had bugged fans for years. Get the inside scoop on what we might still see inside!
A few weeks ago, 'Star Wars' fans were dismayed to learn that Disney's purchase of the billion-dollar franchise had claimed its first victim, and that long-running animated series 'Star Wars: The Clone Wars' was to shut down production before wrapping up its ongoing saga. Now, following the most recent shutdown we've learned that at least one aspect of 'The Clone Wars' will live on, and supervising director Dave Filoni will develop the next 'Star Wars' animated series. Get the latest details on the future of 'Star Wars' inside!
We felt a great disturbance in the Force, as if millions of 'Star Wars: The Clone Wars' fans suddenly cried out in terror and were suddenly silenced. Indeed 'Star Wars' fans likely knew that Disney's acquisition of Lucasfilm could have some unique consequences with regard to the existing TV properties, most notably Cartoon Network's acclaimed 'Star Wars: The Clone Wars.' Now, it seems Disney has decided to pull the plug on 'Clone Wars' and shelve existing plans for Seth Green's 'Star Wars: Detours,' but is there a new hope on the horizon yet?