A source who works in the voice recording business sent us a very interesting story that happened around six months ago. The source has proven his legitimacy and we’re confident in his words. Still, as you will see, this story raises many questions that we don’t have a concrete answer to, so as always, until […]
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How awesome would it be to have Ian McDiarmid voice the Emperor once again? They were able to garner the vocal talents of James Earl Jones to reprise his role as Darth Vader, so this is not an impossible feat for Lucasfilm and Disney to pull off. I had expected to see Palpatine in the fourth and final season, but I figured that it would be fan favorite, Sam Witwer. I am good either way, I dig both actors.
Star Wars: the Last Jedi, looks incredible! ☝ You can definitely tell that Rian Johnson has a different style than JJ. I am pretty excited for it, but I think I am even more excited to watch the next season of Rebels. 👇
I feel more excited by this trailer than I am for Episode 8, next Winter. This is going to be a hell of a 3rd season! Kenobi is back, which I’d imagine would be the season finale, and we get to see Thrawn get physical. Remember that you can watch the episodes earlier on DisneyXD if you don’t want to wait for the normal “broadcast” time.
Forest Whitaker will reprise his role as the Rebel insurgent in animated form on Jan. 7 in a new episode of the DisneyXD series, one of the major crossovers between the TV show and the new film. ▶ See Rogue One’s Saw Gerrera return in animated Star Wars: Rebels
This weeks episode, have you seen it? You can wait until it is air this evening or head over to DisneyX/D to watch it now [you must have access to a cable/satellite account to watch]. The mid-season finale is all sorts of awesome. As it stands, the only thing I will give aways is that Tom Baker’s [my “Doctor”] Bendu makes an appearance.
If you’ve never given the show a chance, please do. It has a Star Wars vibe to it, and I am not just saying that because of my personal positive policy. I either love a thing, and all of it’s ups and downs, or I never mention it. Keep in mind it is a children’s show, and knowing that… this episode will probably surprise you.
I am not one of those detractors of the series who whines about the kid friendly content. The series airs on DISNEY X/D, a children’s network. There has been some silly moments and outright comedic ones this season. The “Inside Man” has very little light hearted humor. It is a dark episode that should make my friends on the Force Center Podcast and Collider’s Jedi Council pretty happy ( some of the aforementioned whiners😁). I have nothing but love for those folks.
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This week we get to meet the Mandalorians who work for the Empire. We also get to see more character development for Sabine. Dave Filoni has really honed his storytelling skills and given us an absolutely wonderful third season, so far. I am not someone who get’s caught up in the whole “This isn’t my Star Wars” thing. I can take enjoyment in watching Darth Maul’s machinations just as much as laughing at Hondo’s crazy schemes. From Puffer Pigs to James Earl Jones’ reprisal of Darth Vader, this show is a great escape for my Wife and I. If you haven’t already checked it out, then what are you waiting for?
Watch it online right now at DisneyXD.com…
This week’s episode Star Wars Rebels is up on Disney XD’s App and Website. While it is still a character balance centered around Ezra, this one focuses on Hera. We learn a bit more about her past, and even a nugget about Chopper. We also learn that Thrawn is everything we wanted him to be, and More.