Long have Star Wars Rebels fans waited for the sixth episode of Ahsoka to make its Disney+ premiere after years of needing answers. I’ll have a lot more to say about this episode under the photo. But for right now, I can say it is everything that Rebels fans could have wanted. Well, almost everything. Some faces are not in the episode but that’s only because they didn’t serve the story. If you have not…"Ahsoka: Part 6 – Far, Far Away"
Leave it to Dave Filoni to deliver one of the best Ahsoka episodes of the season as Part 5 offers a blast from the past in many ways. The fifth episode answered a lot of burning questions. First and foremost, were we getting Anakin Skywalker or Darth Vader (Hayden Christensen). The answer to this question is something that I will get to in a moment. It’s going to be pretty spoilery below the photo so…"Ahsoka: Part 5 – Shadow Warrior"
The fourth part of Star Wars: Ahsoka gets audiences closer to the back half of the season with a shocking cliffhanger that speaks for itself. Spoiler warning: Do not read without watching tonight’s episode. With the way that this episode ends, everyone is going to be tuning in next week. If you haven’t started on Ahsoka yet, now is the time to do so. And yes, you’re going to want to watch a certain episode…"Ahsoka: Part 4 – Fallen Jedi"
The third episode of Ahsoka continues a trend that dates back to The Mandalorian with the series having inconsistent run times. Three episodes into the series and this episode doesn’t even reach 40 minutes in length. Factor in the recap, end titles and credits and the episode barely runs a half hour long, if at all. It’s an unfortunate trend in the franchise at the moment. While the episode features some good action sequences, I…"Ahsoka: Part III – Time to Fly"
As Ahsoka launches on Disney+, Star Wars Rebels fans will finally have closure with the search to bring Ezra Bridger home. Ahsoka Tano (Rosario Dawson) continues the search that she started in Star Wars Rebels and continued in The Mandalorian. Where is Grand Admiral Thrawn? The moment that Ahsoka utters Thrawn’s name in season 2 of The Mandalorian was the moment that every Star Wars Rebels fans knew: Dave Filoni didn’t forget about us. Even…"Ahsoka: Star Wars Rebels Fans Will Get Closure"
Chapter 23 heralds the long-awaited return of a certain antagonist in the penultimate episode as The Mandalorian winds down its third season. Spoilers follow for Chapter 23 of The Mandalorian. It was only a matter of time. Grand Moff Gideon (Giancarlo Esposito) had to show his face sooner than later. It was either going to be in Chapter 23 or 24. Let’s face it–making his appearance in the season finale would have made no sense.…"The Mandalorian: Chapter 23 – The Spies"
Star Wars Celebration in London is taking the pop culture world by storm with a slew of casting announcements and trailer reveals. Friday saw the studio panel taking place, which made the most news on the feature film friend. There were some panels dedicated to the TV side but Rey Skywalker is officially returning in live-action. This isn’t all as Dave Filoni will be tying up all of The Mandalorian/Ahsoka threads with a feature-film. How…"Star Wars Celebration News Includes Three Films, Daisy Ridley Returning"
The trailer and key art for the upcoming Ahsoka, premiering this August, were unveiled during Star Wars Celebration Europe 2023. The unveiling for the teaser trailer took place on Friday, with more casting announcements coming on Saturday. One might as well refer to the series as Star Wars Rebels: Season 5. Many of the characters make their transition to live-action. It’s very possible that Zeb could make an appearance since his character is now a…"Ahsoka Trailer, Key Art Unveiled During Star Wars Celebration"
In Chapter 20 of The Mandalorian, the episode mixes it up between a rescue mission and flashbacks to where Grogu was during Order 66. Spoilers follow for the newest episode of The Mandalorian. Storytelling aside, one of my major issues with the series this season is it’s lack of consistency in run time. I know, I know–none of the episodes are consistent in their run time since the start of the series. After last week’s…"The Mandalorian: Chapter 20 – The Foundling"
Star Wars: Tales of the Jedi follows Ahsoka Tano and Dooku as the anthology series fills in some of the gaps in Star Wars history. There are a few phrases that I throw around every now and then: either in Dave Filoni I trust or in Kevin Feige I trust. When it comes to Filoni, he’s basically George Lucas’s hand-picked successor when it comes to Star Wars storytelling. What I love about these six episodes…"Star Wars: Tales of the Jedi Fills In Missing History"