It’s all Lothal on Rebels’‘The Occupation’ and ”Flight of the Defender.’ Andi Gutierrez talks to Taylor Gray, Henry Gilroy, Dave Filoni, Kilian Plunkett, Vanessa Marshall, Steve Blum, Keith Kellogg, Caroline Robinson Kermel and Joel Aron. Pablo Hidalgo answers questions about death troopers.
Yavin IV, Saw Saw Gerrera and lots of Rogue One tie-ins come in with ‘In the Name of the Rebellion.’ Andi Gutierrez talks to Dave Filoni, Pablo Hidalgo, Steve Blum, Vanessa Marshall, Taylor Gray, Amy Beth Christenson, Joel Aron and Caroline Robinson Kermel. Pablo also answers questions about armor and holograms.
Well, it’s not the trailer some were hoping for this weekend, but a trailer it is. Our new look at Star Wars Rebels season 4 is paired with the announcement that we can expect the show to debut Monday, October 16 on Disney XD.
Mon Mothma resigns from the Senate and meets up with the Ghost crew on this week’s “Secret Cargo.” In Recon, Andi Gutierrez chats with Taylor Gray, Henry Gilroy, Dave Filoni and Pablo Hidalgo about the episode, while Pablo answers a Thrawn question.
Rebels returns with ‘Ghosts of Geonosis,’ Saw Gerrera and a brand-new Imperial officer. Andi talks to Freddie Prinze Jr., Taylor Gray, Pablo Hidalgo, Henry Gilroy, and Dave Filoni. Also, behind the scenes footage of Chopper on the Rogue One set!
The Clone War has one last go in ‘The Last Battle.’ Andi follows up with Dee Bradley Baker, Henry Gilroy, Pablo Hidalgo, Freddie Prinze Jr. and Taylor Gray about the episode, and Pablo answers a question about the Ahsoka novel.
Now that you’ve seen ‘Twilight of the Apprentice’, the final episode of season two of Star Wars Rebels, dive into a question and answers session with the cast and crew. Held after the finale screening at Walt Disney Studios in Burbank on Monday, March 28, the Q&A features executive producer & supervising director Dave Filoni, producer Simon Kinberg, and voice actors Ashley Eckstein (Ahsoka Tano) and Taylor Gray (Ezra Bridger). Moderated by Amy Ratcliffe, the cast and crew discuss the hour-long final episode and how it came to be. Plus references to Donkey Kong, Gandalf, and more! Yes, it contains spoilers, so be sure you’ve seen the season finale before viewing!
There’s also a few audience questions, including one about the Grand Inquisitor’s role as a Temple Guard: he was one of the guards in The Clone Wars that arrested Ahsoka and later escorted Barriss Offee into the courtroom. And of course, someone had to ask about bringing Thrawn into the show.