She is no Jedi! But she is incredible! I’m referring, of course, to legendary Skywalker Padawan, Ahsoka Tano! When last we saw her, in both The Mandalorian Season 2 and The Book of Boba Fett Season 1, Ahoska was on the hunt for Grand Admiral Thrawn, while also providing some necessary words of wisdom to both Din Djarin and Luke Skywalker. But now it’s time for her to shine in her own epic series! This will be a review of the first two episodes of Ahsoka!Continue reading “NOC Review: ‘Ahsoka’ is a Solid and Epic Slow Burn”
We are counting down to the ultimate showdown, and the return of a Star Wars legend! Ahsoka is coming out August 23 with a two-episode premiere. And to celebrate, Disney/Lucasfilm has just released a new series of character posters featuring some familiar rebels and some new adversaries.Continue reading “New Character Posters for ‘Ahsoka’ Reveal the Light and the Dark”
The Rebels are back! The Rebels ARE BACK! Oh it feels so good to say that!
This morning, Disney and Lucasfilm dropped a new trailer for Ahsoka. And if you were a huge fan of Star Wars: Rebels, there is simply just too much awesome in it for you to keep your chill! I can’t say more about it unless you watch it!Continue reading “New ‘Ahsoka’ Trailer: Once a Rebel, Always a Rebel”
It’s Dave Filoni’s birthday! And to celebrate, Lucasfilm has released a brand new trailer for Ahsoka. But that’s not all, you’ll find the trailer comes with a bonus surprise — the reveal of the show’s official release date!Continue reading “New TV Spot for ‘Ahsoka’ Reveals Release Date”
It’s Star Wars Celebration weekend! And today brought a flood of surprises. News of new films on the horizon! And the reveal of a new poster and trailer for Ahsoka!Continue reading “UPDATE: New Details, Poster, and Trailer for ‘Ahsoka’ are Revealed”
It’s been three years since the first-ever Star Wars live-action series, The Mandalorian — as well as the platform it lives on, Disney+ — debuted. In celebration, viewers received a little treat, by way of a collaboration between two beloved studios.Continue reading “NOC Review: When Grogu Met the Soot Sprites”
One of the positives — in my opinion, anyway — to come out of streaming services creating their own original content is making space for short films to be created and to live on. Whether they be standalone tales or bits and pieces of a larger franchise, they are opportunities for filmmakers to tell a moving story within a short span of time.Continue reading “Background and Filler Stories Unfold in ‘Tales of the Jedi’”
“Ezra’s out there somewhere. And it’s time to bring him home…” four years ago, those final words ended one journey, and began a new one, as the beloved Star Wars: Rebels brought its four-season run to a close. For years, Rebels mastermind, and overall walking Star Wars encyclopedia, Dave Filoni, has been asked when we’d get to see that new journey unfold. And this weekend at Star Wars Celebration, Filoni finally answered that question.Continue reading “Disney+ and Lucasfilm Tease First-Look at ‘Ahsoka’”
This week, news broke that Lucasfilm was ramping up production on Ahsoka and looking for an actress to play a live action version of the popular Rebels character, Sabine Wren. Naturally, I was taken aback by the phrase “looking for” because an actress already plays Sabine and her name is Tiya Sircar.Continue reading “Why Tiya Sircar Should Be Sabine Wren in ‘Ahsoka’”
This past year has been a busy one for the Star Wars universe. Aside from the release of the final film of the Skywalker saga, The Rise of Skywalker, there has also been the beginning of the first live-action series, The Mandalorian, released last fall on Disney+, as well as the conclusion of the beloved animated series, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, this past spring. For Lauren Mary Kim, a stunt actor who has been working in Hollywood for the past 16 years, she has been involved in the making of both of these Star Wars productions. Continue reading “Lauren Mary Kim on Developing and Performing Stunts for Two ‘Star Wars’ Productions”
Warning: The following contains spoilers from the recent and final season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars.
Twelve years following its premiere to initially hesitant audiences, the now beloved Star Wars animated series, The Clone Wars, has at last received the proper ending it deserved. Set after Attack of the Clones and concluding sometime after Revenge of the Sith, the brainchild of Star Wars creator George Lucas and supervising director Dave Filoni explored stories of a wide variety of characters — both familiar and new faces — during the war that was previously more of a backdrop to the fall of Anakin Skywalker.