After The Phantom Menace, many fans wondered just what would happen in the upcoming Star Wars movie. And with the release of the title, there was massive speculation that the hallowed Clone Wars would finally be seen on the big screen.
When Disney purchased Lucasfilm in the fall of 2012, it marked the end of The Clone Wars. Since it’s demise, Dave Filoni and Pablo Hidalgo have worked tirelessly to find the best venue for all the displaced stories that were in development.
It will be a weekend long remembered, April 16th-19th, 2015, with a longer look at Episode VII and our first look at Rebels Season 2. We share our reactions, speculation, and shear joy over what we have seen.
The Prequels. The Clone Wars. The Jedi. Unexplored time periods. The expanded universe then and now. The Holiday Special. Special Editions. The new films. Comics. Digital releases. If it’s Star Wars, it’s in here.
In October of 2012 it was if millions of voices suddenly cried out in joy, followed by agony, as The Clone Wars was cancelled. But then we learned that a new show would chronicle the beginning of the Rebellion.
Fans around the world were beside themselves when they learned that George Lucas had sold Lucasfilm to Disney, who immediately announced that they were going to be continuing the Star Wars saga on the big screen.