I am more excited to see this 4th, and last, season of Rebels more than I am to see The Last Jedi. For those who have not ventured into the animated world of Star Wars, Rebels is a treat. As a matter of fact we have the wonderful animated Clone Wars series to thank for the acquisition and continuation of the Star Wars saga.
Although much smaller in scope, Rebels has that unique Star Wars flavor that I thoroughly enjoy. This last season will be pretty dark, and more grown up than one would expect from a show that airs on Disney XD. While I no longer have the ability to access the show via the Disney site for free, I plan on purchasing the entire season, like I did the last, on Google Play.
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 […]
Source: Rumor: Ian McDiarmid Recorded Lines for Star Wars: Rebels Season 4? | Star Wars News Net
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.