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Re: Star Wars "Clone Wars" trailer

Postby mr.negativity » Wed Jan 08, 2014 4:02 pm

Dark Horse to Bring 'Star Wars: The Clone Wars' to an End
The unproduced final episodes of Cartoon Network's "Star Wars" spin-off will be adapted into a four-part mini-series from Dark Horse Comics this summer.

Disney Moves 'Star Wars' Comics License to Marvel
Lucasfilm and Marvel announce that the two will team up on new "Star Wars" comics in 2015, coinciding with the first Disney release of the movie franchise.
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Re: Star Wars "Clone Wars" trailer

Postby mr.negativity » Sun Jan 12, 2014 8:17 am

Clone Wars Creator Says Comic is Not the Finale Story
Star Wars: The Clone Wars' Dave Filoni says that despite recent reports, the Darth Maul comic book miniseries is not the scrapped finale storyline.
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Re: Star Wars "Clone Wars" trailer

Postby mr.negativity » Sat Jan 18, 2014 4:37 am

Air dates + details for those long-lost Star Wars: Clone Wars eps (but there's a catch)
Trent Moore wrote:The strange saga surrounding the unceremonious end of beloved animated series Star Wars: Clone Wars is taking another turn, so hardcore fans might want to relocate to Germany. Quickly.

When Disney pulled the plug on Clone Wars to make room for the new series Rebels, the studio already had quite a few episodes in the can. But the Mouse House didn’t show much interest in airing them, so they’ve languished. At best, fans were hoping they’d be rolled into an upcoming DVD release. Now it sounds like they could show up on German airwaves first.

It’s being reported by German media that the country’s SuperRTL channel has acquired broadcast rights to 13 seemingly unaired episodes, which they are calling the sixth season of the show. The episodes are set to debut with a two-hour block on Feb. 15, with three-episode blocks airing each subsequent week.

The international report indicates that a U.S. air date on Disney XD could be announced in the coming weeks. Considering Disney’s take on rights, that makes enough sense, since they’re shifting the properties over from Cartoon Network to Disney stations. Regardless of where it lands, let's just hope it’s true.

The German site Star Wars Union claims to have the synopses for some of the upcoming episodes. Check them out (albeit via mildly awkward German-to-English translation) below:

Condition unknown (Unknown):
Klonkadett Tup suffering from a serious nervous disorder, which ultimately causes the death of a Jedi Master result. To find out the motives for the attack, Tup is sent for examination back to Kamino. Anakin is a member of the monitoring teams, but then they are attacked by separatists.

Conspiracy (Conspiracy):
Klonkadett Tup is examined in the sterile laboratories of Kamino to find out the reasons for his shocking attack on the Jedi Master. For this, the cadet must Fives penetrate deep into his mind: He stumbles upon a hidden code-manipulation cloning program in the Republic.

Flight reflex (Fugitive):
The body of the Klonkadetten Tup is brought to Coruscant, where he is to be investigated by the personal physicians of the Registrar. Cadet Fives adjusts itself to investigate and finds out that a modified code was hidden in the brains of all clones.

Commands (orders):
Fives continues to look for answers to the mysterious act of Klonkadetten Tup. He seeks the personal conversation with Palpatine, but suddenly he is accused of trying to assassinate the Chancellor. Then take Fives escape.

An old friend (An Old Friend):
While she dwells on the planet Scipio, to establish a relief mission, Padme Amidala is called by its old Rush Clovis to help. Clovis is afraid of the bounty hunter Embo, because he wants to take action against corruption on his planet. Together with Padme he tries to leave the planet and to get help.

Clovis' advancement (The Rise Of Clovis):
Back on Coruscant, Clovis, is appointed chief of his clan pervaded by corruption due to a dubious trade. Anakin's distrust of Clovis creates tension in his relationship with Padme.

Resuscitation (Crisis At The Heart): Once it has entered into a pact with Count Dooku to Clovis suddenly finds himself at war again. As he brought the war to his home planet Scipio, the Republic must intervene.

Lost (Part 1) (The Disappeared (Part 1): The peaceful world Bardotta is threatened by an ancient prophecy, but now of the spiritual leaders of the people are gone by the earth. Therefore, the inhabitants of the planet call their ambassadors to the Senate for help. And Jar Jar Binks actually manages Jedi Master Mace Windu of the importance of the task to convince.

Obviously, none of this is truly confirmed until we get word from Disney, but it’s great to hear there’s at least a chance these episodes are on the verge of making it out into the wild. As for how this will fit in with that upcoming series finale comic run? That’s anyone’s guess.
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Star Wars: The Clone Wars -- The Lost Missions: Trailer

Postby mr.negativity » Thu Mar 06, 2014 12:54 am

Star Wars: The Clone Wars -- The Lost Missions: Trailer
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Re: Star Wars "Clone Wars" trailer

Postby O.Supreme » Thu Jul 19, 2018 7:39 pm

This was poster earlier in another thread, by Mr. Negativity, But I'll add it here, as it seems more at home.

I did some research, and it is 12 new episodes being eveloped for Disney's streaming service. This in and of itself isn't enough to get me to join up, (all the streaming services being announced this weekend at SDCC is a whole other issue...) I'll wait for a home media release, but this news was definitely unexpected, and great to hear. I never thought we'd get to go back and actually get a proper end to the series. This really is unique, and I'm going to enjoy it very much. With all the negativity around SW, It's nice to be excited for a change.

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Re: Star Wars "Clone Wars" trailer

Postby Dai » Sat Jul 21, 2018 7:48 am

Considering that most SF TV series get cancelled and left on an unresolved cliffhanger, I want to applaud this, but there's no getting away from the fact that this is bait for Disney's streaming service. Hopefully it will get a blu-ray release at some point.
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Re: Star Wars "Clone Wars" trailer

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Star Wars: Ray Park Will Fight as Darth Maul in Clone Wars Season 7
Christopher Baggett wrote:As one of the many new and returning programs heading to the upcoming streaming service Disney+, Star Wars: The Clone Wars returns for a seventh season. The long-running animated series was last seen 5 years ago as a Netflix exclusive, and now it's pulling out all the stops for the revival.

As showrunner Dave Filoni revealed Ray Park would be performing motion capture for the wicked Sith apprentice, Darth Maul, for a massive showdown with one of Star Wars' biggest heroes.

The reveal came during Star Wars Celebration Chicago, where Filoni shared a number of reveals about the series. The news of the new Darth Maul motion capture comes with the promise of a grand rematch between Maul and his long-time adversary, Obi-Wan Kenobi.

"I wanted this fight to be big. I wanted this to be an epic lightsaber fight... This one had to be among the best, if not the best we did," Filoni teased. "I went and I know Ray Park and I said, 'Ray, wouldn't it be great... why don't we suit you up in mo-cap suit and be Darth Maul?' So when you see Maul fighting, it's going to be really Maul fighting... There's just something unique about how Ray moves... It was a great moment having him perform it."

Before appearing in 1999’s Star Wars: The Phantom Menace, Darth Maul was the major focus of a media blitz surrounding the prequel hype. Billed as the primary adversary of the film, fans were disappointed by Maul’s limited appearances and apparent death at the hands of a young Obi-Wan Kenobi. Maul and Kenobi would go on to have several rematches thanks to the inclusion of both characters on animated Star Wars series.

Ray Park would go on to find success in Hollywood following his turn as Darth Maul, which was one of his earliest film roles. This would mark only the third time he’s played the character, following a brief cameo in 2018’s Solo: A Star Wars Story. However, he’s only ever physically portrayed Maul, with Peter Serafinowicz voicing the character for The Phantom Menace and Sam Witwer voicing him for his most recent appearances.

Despite disappointing fans, Darth Maul has found a second life thanks to Star Wars: The Clone Wars. After serving as a foil for Obi-Wan and seeking revenge for his near death, Maul was last seen in The Clone Wars Season 5’s “The Lawless,” where Sidious declared Maul was no longer his apprentice but spared his life for other unrevealed plans.

In the interim, an older Maul would appear on Star Wars: Rebels, a sequel series set prior to Star Wars: A New Hope. Here Maul and an older Obi-Wan would have a final dual in the episode “Twin Suns,” where Maul is defeated and dies in the sands of Tatooine.

A release date for Star Wars: The Clone Wars Season 7 has yet to be announced. Disney+ launches November 12, 2019.
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Re: Star Wars: The Clone Wars Season 7

Postby mr.negativity » Sun Jan 05, 2020 1:34 pm

/film, Saturday, January 4th, 2020:
‘Star Wars: The Clone Wars’ Season 7 Premiere Date Revealed
Ethan Anderton wrote:The animated series Star Wars: The Clone Wars will return for a seventh season on Disney+ in February, and thanks to a promotional video for some of Disney’s most anticipated offerings, we know exactly when new episodes will start hitting the streaming service.

The Star Wars: The Clone Wars season 7 release date was revealed in a promotional video from Disney that has since been taken down. In the video revealing 30 Disney things to look forward to in 2020 (via Comic Book Resources), a brief glimpse of the new season announced the show’s return on Monday, February 17.
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