Disney has released the teaseriest kind of teaser for DuckTales, a reboot of the classic animated series which originally aired from 1987 to 1990.
The teaser doesn’t show a whole lot, but does feature a bit of a familiar tune, which might be enough to make watching it worth it. The video also shares a release window for the show, so fans can mark off on their calendars when to expect its arrival.
Those who tuned in yesterday to the Season 2 finale of Star Wars Rebels were treated to an epic clash between Jedi, Inquisitors, Sith Lords, and Darth Maul. Geeks Of Doom was invited earlier this week to the hour-long premiere of the episode, where we sat with fans and journalists to get the low down on what exactly happened during “Twilight of the Apprentice,” and what could possibly happen next for the Disney XD animated series. Plus, we learned a few geek things that could pique your interest.
Check out here below what executive producer and creator Dave Filoni and executive producer Simon Kinberg had to say about the Season 2 finale and that future of Star Wars Rebels.
Disney Animation Studios has had some major success in the past. Almost all of them have been recognized for their work by the academy whether it was because of their song or just being a damn good animated film. And almost all of them have been given an animated short or even better, a sequel. Last year, Tangledgot a TV series on the Disney Channel, and Frozen‘s success was reward with a sequel and a musical.
Now, it looks like Big Hero 6 will be getting the same treatment in terms of expanding the franchise. According to a new report, the film, which is a loose adaptation of the Marvel Comics’ title of the same name, have its own TV series that will debut on Disney Channel’s sister station, Disney XD. More on the story below.
Star Wars Rebels unofficially kicked off its second season with the TV Movie Siege of Lothal that saw our ragtag band of heroes being forcibly removed from their home planet now that the Empire sees them as a real threat. Having sent out Darth Vader to deal with them, Kanan and Ezra realize they are clearly outmatched and are now retreating with the military that seeks to bring down the Galactic Empire.
We were recently invited to screen the first two episodes of the second season – which brings back some Clone Wars fan-favorite characters like Rex – and sit down with fellow journalists to talk about the upcoming season with creator and executive producer Dave Filoni. Check out the full interview below.
At the 2015 New York Comic-Con on Thursday, Star Wars fans had all their fanboy/fangirl dreams come true, when the Star Wars RebelsSeason 2 trailer debuted at the panel, which saw appearances by executive producer Dave Filoni, along with the voice cast: Sarah Michelle Gellar as Seventh Sister, Taylor Gray as Ezra, and Ashley Eckstein as Ahsoka Tano, her character from The Clone Wars.
See here below for more details from the panel, along with some photos of the stars.