Ezra goes undercover at Lothal’s Imperial Academy in tonight’s ‘Breaking Ranks.’ The video gives us a look behind the scenes, and Pablo Hidalgo answers (sort of) a question about last week’s episode. Plus a preview of next week’s Hera and Sabine-centric episode.
Tonight we saw ‘Droids in Distress,’ the second episode of Rebels and (technically) the first official episode. In this week’s Rebels’ Recon, we hear from Lucasfilm folks about making it – and Pablo Hidalgo definitively answers the stormtrooper/clone question. (There’s also a new video teasing the rest of the season.)
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Dave Filoni talks Rebels at Collider. Character design ‘easter eggs,’ and more.
Joel Aron and Dave Filoni on the Rebels lightsabers. Referencing film stock, tapers, other little details to make the show’s sabers better reflect the original films.
USA Today has a new clip from Rebels. Kanan and the Inquisitor battle it out, and Dave Filoni hints “it would be a shame” to not have Darth Vader show up.
Del Rey has posted video of the A New Dawn panel from SDCC.
Dave Filoni answers more Rebels questions. /Film’s full interview from SDCC covers the differences between working on the new show and The Clone Wars and how it relates to A New Hope. A few of these bits we’ve seen before, but there’s new stuff there as well.
Dave Filoni explains why the Empire – and Rebels – needs the Inquisitor. Sounds a lot like some of the stuff the EU had Mara doing, doesn’t it?
Lest we forget there’s a Celebration coming up in the spring, StarWars.com has provided us with a few deadlines and reminders.
First of all, Dave Filoni is, once again, the convention’s first confirmed guest. Because of course Dave Filoni is going to be there. By April, we’ll presumably have seen the first season of Rebels and be all geared up to hear about the second.
Also returning is Gus Lopez and his Collecting Track and the Art Show. What’s new is a Podcast Stage, which is bound to be… Something. There’s also deadlines for fan programming submissions, fan-built props and fan tables. Media registration opens October 15.