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  1. Disney and Lucasfilms have announced that a teaser trailer will be coming for Star Wars Rebels the show announced to take the place of Star Wars: The Clone Wars.Disney and Lucasfilms have announced that a teaser trailer will be coming for Star Wars Rebels the show announced to take the place of Star Wars: The Clone Wars. There isn't a lot of information regarding exactly how this series will fit into the timeline, however, representatives are stating that the show will take place during the time between the original trilogies, "in a time where the Empire is securing its grip on the galaxy and hunting down the last of the Jedi Knights as a fledgling rebellion against the Empire is taking shape," which seems to mean that the show will likely start shortly after Episode III. The announcement of this show has been much anticipated since the cords were cut on The Clone Wars to prepare for this show. The series is not set to premier until 2014, but the teaser trailer is set to premier on Disney XD around 8:30 PM ET/PT, and is anticipated to be online shortly thereafter. Keep in mind, we won't have a huge glimpse of the series at this time, but the 1 -second trailer should really boost curiosity for viewers of all types. Producers for the show will be none other than Dave Filoni (Supervising Director for Star Wars: The Clone Wars), Greg Weisman (of Gargoyles fame), and Simon Kinberg (screenwriter and producer of X-Men: First Class, and Sherlock Holmes) who will also be writing the first episode. Click here to view the article
  2. So any fans? Not as good as Game of Thrones (which I got into at the same time), but still a very good show. My favorite characters are probably Daryl and Carl (I don't get why people hate Carl so much).
  3. Anyone else watch this? What think you?
  4. Anyone watching this TV show based on the Stephen King novel? Is it any good? I haven't seen it (nor have I read the book).
  5. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/entertainment/t...dio/4326005.stm Dunno where, I'm kinda looking forward to the new Dr Who series. lol. Did Dr Who ever get popular in the US or anywhere? It's a BBC sci-fi creation that pre-dates even Star Trek. bwahhahaa!!
  6. The Star Wars live action television series, which has been stuck in development hell for years is reportedly in the casting phase.First announced by George Lucas in 2005, the Star Wars live action series was highly anticipated by fans who were, at the time, still waiting for Revenge of the Sith to hit the big screen. Since then it has been reported to be at varies stages of production and at one point was said to have 50 episodes already written. Now it seems that Disney are looking to cast a live action Star Wars project separate to the series of movies. It is unlikely that this is the same series that was originally announced, as it has been rumored that this is for a mini-series or television specials. This type of project does seem like the type of thing Disney would venture into in order to capitalise on their new reign over the Star Wars franchise, having recently created a live action television series for their Marvel universe too, Agents of SHIELD. Click here to view the article
  7. First announced by George Lucas in 2005, the Star Wars live action series was highly anticipated by fans who were, at the time, still waiting for Revenge of the Sith to hit the big screen. Since then it has been reported to be at varies stages of production and at one point was said to have 50 episodes already written. Now it seems that Disney are looking to cast a live action Star Wars project separate to the series of movies. It is unlikely that this is the same series that was originally announced, as it has been rumored that this is for a mini-series or television specials. This type of project does seem like the type of thing Disney would venture into in order to capitalise on their new reign over the Star Wars franchise, having recently created a live action television series for their Marvel universe too, Agents of SHIELD.
  8. Netflix is to air the sixth and final season of The Clone Wars television series, and add the entire series to its catalogue.The Clone Wars animated series, which was dropped from Cartoon Network when Disney purchased Lucasfilm last year, has been rescued by popular television and movie streaming service Netflix, and will launch on 7th March in the US and Canada region. Season six is titled The Lost Missions, and will be the final season of the show which first aired in 2008. The Clone Wars continues the conflict that kicked off in Attack of the Clones and provides an entertaining story for the time leading up to Revenge of the Sith. A trailer featuring Yoda has been released for the upcoming season: This deal further solidifies the partnership between Disney and Netflix, who also recently announced a Marvel mini-series would air on the service. Click here to view the article
  9. Hera, pilot of the Ghost, is the final character to be revealed from the starship crew of Star Wars: Rebels.Twil'lek pilot Hera Syndulla, is a strong-minded character who will help keep the group from falling apart according, to Dave Filoni, she is "the heart of the group". Vanessa Marshall, who has lent her voice to many video game and animated characters over the years, will voice the character. Click here to view the article
  10. Zeb is the latest Rebels character to be revealed for Disney's upcoming animated series.Zeb Orrelios has been described as "the muscle" of the crew of the Ghost, and will be voiced by veteran anime and video game voice actor Steve Blum. Blum spoke to IGN about his reaction to being cast in Star Wars: Rebels. Blum adds Rebels to his extensive list of voice credits, which includes everything from Cowboy Bebop to Wolverine and the X-Men, and even several other Star Wars titles including Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast and The Force Unleashed. Zeb's species is so far unknown, but is based on the original Ralph McQuarrie concept art for Chewbacca. Click here to view the article
  11. Twil'lek pilot Hera Syndulla, is a strong-minded character who will help keep the group from falling apart according, to Dave Filoni, she is "the heart of the group". Vanessa Marshall, who has lent her voice to many video game and animated characters over the years, will voice the character.
  12. In case you haven't quite had your fill of Star Wars: Rebels news, another character has been revealed.Sabine is the groups weapons expert, a human female clad in pink mandalorian armor, and is voiced by Tiya Sircar. The artistic warrior who customised her own armor also tags locations the crew of the Ghost hits in their fight against the Empire. "The Imperials will always know when the Rebels have attacked," says executive producer Dave Filoni, "she'll use her blaster and blast the Phoenix onto the wall." Here's her introduction video to whet your appetite: Click here to view the article
  13. Sabine is the groups weapons expert, a human female clad in pink mandalorian armor, and is voiced by Tiya Sircar. The artistic warrior who customised her own armor also tags locations the crew of the Ghost hits in their fight against the Empire. "The Imperials will always know when the Rebels have attacked," says executive producer Dave Filoni, "she'll use her blaster and blast the Phoenix onto the wall." Here's her introduction video to whet your appetite: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-_0A2-YDexw
  14. Zeb Orrelios has been described as "the muscle" of the crew of the Ghost, and will be voiced by veteran anime and video game voice actor Steve Blum. Blum spoke to IGN about his reaction to being cast in Star Wars: Rebels. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rw86B-GFsDU Blum adds Rebels to his extensive list of voice credits, which includes everything from Cowboy Bebop to Wolverine and the X-Men, and even several other Star Wars titles including Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast and The Force Unleashed. Zeb's species is so far unknown, but is based on the original Ralph McQuarrie concept art for Chewbacca.
  15. Rebels is set 14 years after the events of Revenge of the Sith and will feature one central group of characters, and while each episode has its own unique story it will all form part of a larger picture, according to executive producer Dave Filoni. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1cAwLmyARpE http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qogqaJ2aXQc We've already seen some of the new characters on the Rebels cast, but LEGO has recently released images of the accompanying mini figures and sets, which can be seen over at io9.com. Not to be outdone by LEGO, Hasbro have revealed their own line of action figures at Toy Fair 2014 in New York this week. You can see images of this line over at StarWars7news.com, including a closer look at some of the characters that haven't been properly revealed yet.
  16. Disney have released two new teaser trailers for upcoming animated series Star Wars: Rebels. Meanwhile, LEGO and Hasbro have released images of figures to accompany the show.Rebels is set 14 years after the events of Revenge of the Sith and will feature one central group of characters, and while each episode has its own unique story it will all form part of a larger picture, according to executive producer Dave Filoni. We've already seen some of the new characters on the Rebels cast, but LEGO has recently released images of the accompanying mini figures and sets, which can be seen over at io9.com. Not to be outdone by LEGO, Hasbro have revealed their own line of action figures at Toy Fair 2014 in New York this week. You can see images of this line over at StarWars7news.com, including a closer look at some of the characters that haven't been properly revealed yet. Click here to view the article
  17. The Clone Wars animated series, which was dropped from Cartoon Network when Disney purchased Lucasfilm last year, has been rescued by popular television and movie streaming service Netflix, and will launch on 7th March in the US and Canada region. Season six is titled The Lost Missions, and will be the final season of the show which first aired in 2008. The Clone Wars continues the conflict that kicked off in Attack of the Clones and provides an entertaining story for the time leading up to Revenge of the Sith. A trailer featuring Yoda has been released for the upcoming season: This deal further solidifies the partnership between Disney and Netflix, who also recently announced a Marvel mini-series would air on the service.
  18. Disney and Lucasfilms have announced that a teaser trailer will be coming for Star Wars Rebels the show announced to take the place of Star Wars: The Clone Wars. There isn't a lot of information regarding exactly how this series will fit into the timeline, however, representatives are stating that the show will take place during the time between the original trilogies, "in a time where the Empire is securing its grip on the galaxy and hunting down the last of the Jedi Knights as a fledgling rebellion against the Empire is taking shape," which seems to mean that the show will likely start shortly after Episode III. The announcement of this show has been much anticipated since the cords were cut on The Clone Wars to prepare for this show. The series is not set to premier until 2014, but the teaser trailer is set to premier on Disney XD around 8:30 PM ET/PT, and is anticipated to be online shortly thereafter. Keep in mind, we won't have a huge glimpse of the series at this time, but the 1 -second trailer should really boost curiosity for viewers of all types. Producers for the show will be none other than Dave Filoni (Supervising Director for Star Wars: The Clone Wars), Greg Weisman (of Gargoyles fame), and Simon Kinberg (screenwriter and producer of X-Men: First Class, and Sherlock Holmes) who will also be writing the first episode.
  19. Anyone watch this? I just got started.
  20. Anyone seen it? Dunno if it has been broadcast in the US yet. Official site: http://www.bbc.co.uk/torchwood/ Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Torchwood Basically it's a spin-off from Doctor Who, with the main character being Captain Jack Harkness, as introduced in a couple of Doctor Who episodes in the 2005 series. I am finding it to be very awesome. Currently catching up on it, so far I have only seen episodes 1 to 5, and the finale episodes 12 & 13.