Nominations for the 70th Emmy Awards were announced today and Star Wars Rebels was among the nominees. In total, the final season of Star Wars Rebels received three nominations. The series was once again nominated in the Outstanding Children’s Program category. In addition, underappreciated composer Kevin Kiner was nominated in the Outstanding Music Composition For A Series category for his work on the Rebels’ series finale. Kiner and Star Wars Rebels will face off against Emmy juggernauts Game of Thrones and Westworld in that category. Finally, Star Wars Rebels was nominated for Outstanding Sound Editing For A Comedy Or Drama Series (Half-Hour) And Animation. Congratulations to the cast and crew of Star Wars Rebels for their latest Emmy nominations and an impressive four seasons of Star Wars television! Click here to see the full list of nominees.
Star Wars: Rebels Season 4 releases on Blu-ray July 31st! StarWars.com has the full story!
It has been a fun four years, but it is time for the final Rebels Review. Thank you to all of the readers who have supported the Rebels Reviews series over the years. Now, lets talk about the end of Star Wars Rebels! Click the banner below to read JTA’s final Rebels Review!
Time travel in Star Wars? Click the banner below to read JTA’s review of the groundbreaking Star Wars Rebels episode, “A World Between Worlds.”
Dave Filoni and the cast of Star Wars Rebels talked with Entertainment Weekly about the explosive series finale, the future, who really voices Chopper, and honoring George Lucas through fearless storytelling. Head over to EW to read the full interview.
Topps has a new limited edition card set celebrating the Series Finale of Star Wars: Rebels. The Star Wars: Rebels Series Finale set is a Topps On Demand online exclusive, showcasing the most pivotal characters and special guest stars from the show. This set is only available for 2 weeks (or while supplies last). Click here for the set details and order page.
Star Wars Rebels aired it’s last episode tonight, which means that we saw the final episode of Rebels Recon as well. Rebels Recon has been a wonderful companion series and this last episode is absolutely worth your time. During an interview for Rebels Recon, Filoni clarified the fate of two major characters. SPOILER WARNING. Click through to watch the full video!
After four seasons, Star Wars Rebels came to an end tonight. The 90 minute finale just wrapped up and we want to know what you thought! Feel free to discuss FULL SPOILERS from the series finale in the comment section of this post. Look for JTA’s review of the finale later this week!
Kristian Harloff of Collider interviewed David Filoni ahead of tonight’s Star Wars Rebels series finale.
While they do talk at length about Rebels and some of the creative processes Harloff also very openly asks about whether or not Filoni would be interested in doing live action. Filoni gives a somewhat non-committal reply but states his interest.
And then Harloff asks the big question: could David Filoni see himself getting more involved with the creative decisions at Lucasfilm, not just animation but on a much more general level. And yes, David Filoni says he’d be up for it.
Watch the whole 20+ minute inverview here. It’s well worth the time! And then come back and discuss! Would you like for David Filoni to be more involved with creative decisions at Lucasfilm? Would you like him to become creative head at Lucasfilm? Would you like for him to get a chance at a live action movie? It seems that Filoni is up for any of that. So it’s up to Lucasfilm to give him some more things to do.
“Wolves and a Door” introduced a lot of compelling ideas and featured two huge guest stars. Ian McDiarmid returned to Star Wars for the first time since Revenge of the Sith and Malcolm McDowell made his Star Wars debut. Click the banner below to read the full review!
Star Wars Rebels slowed down to properly address a devastating loss in “DUME.” Click the banner below to read JTA’s full review!
We’re back! The Star Wars Rebels series finale is just around the corner and JTA’s Rebels Reviews are finally here to discuss the latest batch of episodes. Click the banner below to read our full review of the explosive midseason premiere, “Jedi Night.”
The end of Star Wars Rebels is almost here. After four seasons, the series will wrap up with a 90-minute finale on MONDAY, MARCH 5 (8:30 p.m. EST). Disney XD has released a trailer for the series finale. Click through to check out the exciting trailer and look for Rebels Reviews of “Jedi Night”, “DUME”, “Wolves at the Door”, and “A World Between Worlds” as the finale approaches.
The Prequel Trilogy, the old Expanded Universe (Legends), The Clone Wars and Star Wars: Rebels are painfully ignored and excluded from Hasbro’s roster of figures each year. With the return of The Vintage Collection this year, we want to know what figures you want to see the most. Please pick your top five and add them in our comments. (Look busy. Hasbro is watching….)
The final episodes of Star Wars Rebels are almost here! The series returns with a pair of back to back episodes next Monday, February 19th at 9pm on Disney XD. Lucasfilm has sent out a new preview of the show’s return. Check it out!
While The Last Jedi has dominated the headlines since it was released, Star Wars Rebels is about to take center stage as it finishes its fourth and final season. Lucasfilm has just sent out a press release with a ton of new information regarding the final batch of episodes. In addition to a return date, a new trailer has been released and a surprising guest star has been revealed. Click through to check out all of the exciting developments!
The state of Star Wars since the sale to Disney has generated a lot of discussion, which only intensified after The Last Jedi was released. Three Star Wars films have been released since the sale to Disney and Solo: A Star Wars Story is just around the corner. In addition, we have Star Wars Rebels, Battlefront II, and the various novels and comics that have been released under this new leadership. Now that we a significant amount of material to work with, let’s open up the discussion of “Disney’s” Star Wars a little more. I have put together a list of questions that are intended to assess the state of Star Wars under Disney’s leadership, as well as your hopes for the future. We take pride in the wonderful community that has been established here and would love it if you participated in this discussion. As always, please keep the discussion civil and be respectful of differing opinions. Click through to see the full list of questions.
After four seasons, Star Wars Rebels is coming to an end. We’re halfway through the final season, and it appears Dave Filoni and company are pulling out all of the stops for the show’s conclusion. Kevin Kiner has finished the final score for Star Wars Rebels, and he was given a live orchestra to work with. Dave Filoni confirmed this news on Twitter but we want to thank JTA reader Joseph for bringing it to our attention. Click through to see Filoni’s confirmation.
Hasbro also re-released the Y-wing Scout Bomber in the Rogue One toy line. Let’s check it out in our Research Droids Reviews today! Be sure to leave your thoughts in our comments section, vote in the poll or even comment about it on our Facebook page. Click the banner below for the direct link to the review! As always, you can also send your review requests via email if you’d like to see something that we didn’t cover yet.
Why did Hasbro re-release Ezra Bridger’s Speeder when there are so many other Rebels products to get to in the toy line? This re-released Rogue One line Class I vehicle is decent, but redundant. Let’s check it out in our Research Droids Reviews today! Be sure to leave your thoughts in our comments section, vote in the poll or even comment about it on our Facebook page. Click the banner below for the direct link to the review! As always, you can also send your review requests via email if you’d like to see something that we didn’t cover yet.
Here’s the last of the Target exclusive vehicles from the Rebels line, The Inquisitor’s TIE Advanced Prototype. Click below for our Visual Guide page. Be sure to also check out our full review of this set right here.
It’s now time to check out the final TARGET exclusive from the Rebels line, The Phantom Attack Shuttle, which also includes Kanan Jarrus. Find out more in our Research Droids Reviews today! Be sure to leave your thoughts in our comments section, vote in the poll or even comment about it on our Facebook page. Click the banner below for the direct link to the review! As always, you can also send your review requests via email if you’d like to see something that we didn’t cover yet.
It’s now time to check out the TARGET exclusive The Inquisitor’s TIE Advanced Prototype set from the Rebels line. Discover how cool it is in our Research Droids Reviews today! Be sure to leave your thoughts in our comments section, vote in the poll or even comment about it on our Facebook page. Click the banner below for the direct link to the review! As always, you can also send your review requests via email if you’d like to see something that we didn’t cover yet.
Hera took center stage in the midseason finale of Star Wars Rebels, which may be season four’s best episode so far. Click to banner below to read the full review!
Thrawn, Rukh, and the Empire took a week off with “Crawler Commandeers.” Instead, the rebels had to deal with the Mining Guild and a slippery Trandoshan voiced by Star Wars animation veteran Seth Green. That may sound like the recipe for a filler episode, but “Crawler Commandeers” was a pleasant surprise. Click the banner below to read the full review!
Rukh is officially canon! The Heir to the Empire favorite made his Star Wars Rebels debut in “Kindred.” Click the banner below for the full review.
No, we didn’t forget about Star Wars Rebels. It’s been a while since the last Rebels Reviews, and you can thank flu season and an overstuffed non-JTA schedule for the delay. To make up for that, we’re going to have a Rebels Review marathon. Let’s begin with the doubleheader of “The Occupation” and “Flight of the Defender.” Click the banner below to read the full review!
Wow! Do you still need Bodhi Rook and Grand Admiral Thrawn from the Rogue One 3.75″ line? You better hurry! Entertainment Earth has a limited supply of cases AND sets!. Click HERE for the full case assortment and click HERE for the set. FREE SHIPPING on orders $49 or more too!
The latest two-part episode of Star Wars Rebels featured the return of Saw Gerrera and several Rogue One connections. Click the banner below to read the full review.
Holy Toledo! Entertainment Earth is NOW PROCESSING Fenn Rau and the Bistan/Shoretrooper Two-Pack, both from the Rogue One line. As you know, these two items are now exclusive to them! Order yours now before they’re history and let us know when yours arrive. Bistan/Shoretrooper Capatin also shows “IN STOCK” on Entertainment Earth’s website!
Don’t expect any Han Solo connections in the final season of Star Wars: Rebels. io9 has the full story!
It’s the beginning of the end. Star Wars Rebels is back for its fourth and final season. The hourlong season premiere saw Sabine and the rebels return to Mandalore. Click the banner below to read the full review!
A familiar face is returning in next episode of Star Wars: Rebels. “In the Name of the Rebellion: Parts One and Two” airs next Monday and will feature the return of Saw Gerrera, once again voiced by Forest Whitaker. Saw isn’t the only returning character though, Mon Mothma is back as well. Lucasfilm has sent out a press release and clip previewing the latest episode. Click through for more!
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