CBR.com interviewed Ahsoka voice actress Ashley Eckstein and Ashley mentions something very interesting. Here’s is the relevant passage from the interview:
CBR: Have you started recording yet?
Eckstein: We’re currently recording. That’s all I can say! [laughs] So it’s coming to the Disney streaming service. And that’s about it.
Now, what does that mean? Will the cast only record some new bits and pieces? Or is the 7th season all new material after all, using no or only very little pre-recorded dialogue? About two extra seasons worth of dialogue was recorded for the show before it was canceled. But if season 7 is mostly or all new material then this dialogue will still be in a vault somewhere, waiting to see the light of day. Only recently voice actor Daniel Logan said that he recorded several episodes focusing on Boba Fett. Let’s all hope The Clone Wars will be a huge success, so that Lucasfilm feels it’s worth the money to finish all the episodes that have recorded dialogue. And of course, season 7 of TCW can’t come soon enough!
Comicbook.com recently released an article in which Clone Wars Boba Fett voice actor Daniel Logan is quoted as saying that Disney canceled The Clone Wars back in 2013 because the show would have become too graphic for them.
Logan said this at London Comic Con: “Disney, they cancelled it, I think it was getting a little too graphic — actually, it was getting really graphic. Boba was doing some really, really cool stuff. He started actually becoming a bounty hunter.”
According to Logan he recorded dialogue for several episodes which would have pitted Boba Fett against Cad Bane and would have seen him become the bounty hunter we know.
But instead of finishing The Clone Wars Disney created Rebels, a more family friendly show. We can only hope that we will get all the missing episodes one day, graphic or not, I think Disney should not insist that all of Star Wars must be family friendly, Resistance is good family entertainment, The Clone Wars can be more mature. Let’s all hope the show will be a huge success on the streaming service and convince Disney to finish all the episodes that have recorded dialogue!
Topps Authentics just added another 80 new photos to the site from Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Star Wars Rebels. Click through for a few samples and details…
Star Wars: The Clone Wars was released in theaters ten years ago today. To celebrate the film’s milestone anniversary, we are reposting our review of the film which was originally written in 2016. Click the banner below to read the review and don’t forget to share your thoughts in our comments section. After a decade, what does the film mean to you? Stayed tuned for more thoughts on the tenth anniversary of Star Wars: The Clone Wars!
Star Wars: The Clone Wars is coming back! Click through to watch the announcement trailer!
Update: Check out the official article on Starwars.com which features an interview with Dave Filoni! We will get 12 all new episodes of The Clone Wars!
For fans of the series it may be hard to believe, but Star Wars: The Clone Wars will celebrate its 10th anniversary this year. Lucasfilm announced earlier this morning that the Emmy Award winning series and its 10th anniversary will be the focus of a panel at San Diego Comic Con. Click through to read the official press release from Lucasfilm and learn everything you need to know about this exciting announcement!
Here’s another early look at an upcoming The Black Series [Phase III] exclusive! This time, we are adding the shared exclusive Clone Commander Wolffe 6-Inch figure to our Visual Guides. Click below for the full Visual Guide page, and click here to have a look at our detailed review.
James Arnold Taylor, who voiced Obi-Wan in The Clone Wars tv show, has revealed in an interview that almost full 8 seasons for Star Wars: The Clone Wars had already been recorded before Disney canceled the show.
Do you think Disney might at one point release the recorded dialogue? Maybe as some kind of radio play with added sound effects? Animating the remaining episodes seems to be out of the question. But chances are we’ll never get to hear or see the additional material, which is regrettable.
In honor of Commander Wolffe’s appearance in the Star Wars Rebels finale, let’s get him added to our Sideshow Collectibles Visual Guide! Click below to check out the amazing sixth scale Clone Commander Wolffe (104th Battalion). We also have a full review of this figure right here.
Disney may be on pace to announce a new series of Star Wars films each week, but JTA hasn’t forgotten about Star Wars: The Clone Wars and this week we’ll be looking at one of the series’ best episodes. Click the banner below to read our full review of the season one classic, “Trespass.”
It’s the first Star Wars: The Clone Wars review of the new year! This week we’ll be looking at the episode “Defenders of Peace.” Click the banner below to read the full review.
Aayla Secura made her Star Wars: The Clone Wars debut in “Jedi Crash.” This underrated season one episode is probably more fun than you remember. Click the banner below to read the full review!
I have good news and bad news. The good news is that we have another Star Wars: The Clone Wars review for you. The bad news is that the episode heavily features Jar Jar Binks, and he isn’t even voiced by Amed Best. Click the banner below to read the full review!
JTA’s look back at Star Wars: The Clone Wars continues with our review of “Dooku Captured.” This episode is notable for introducing the world to Hondo Ohnaka. Click the banner below to read the full review!
We’re back! After an extended hiatus, JTA’s look back at Star Wars: The Clone Wars is resuming. We’ll be reviewing every episode of the series in chronological order and we’re picking up right where we left off with the season one episode “Lair of Grievous.” Click the banner below to read the full review!
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