During Star Wars Celebration, fans of the Star Wars Rebels animated series, were provided insight into the characters’ mindsets and directorial decisions made in season 3, as well as hints of what to expect in season 4. The panel was led by David Collins, and featured an introductory interview with director Dave Filoni followed by the cast of Freddie Prinze, Jr., Taylor Gray, Vanessa Marshall, Tiya Sircar, and Steven Blum.
The first trailer for the last season of Star Wars Rebels, Season 4, premiered at Star Wars Celebration in Orlando today.
The trailer was shown during the Star Wars Rebels panel, which was hosted by actor and Star Wars aficionado David Collins, and featured director Dave Filoni and the cast with Freddie Prinze, Jr., Taylor Gray, Vanessa Marshall, Tiya Sircar, Steven Blum, and the newly announced actor Warwick Davis.
Just one day before the Star Wars Rebels TV Movie premieres on Disney XD, the channel announced that the new animated series will be getting a second season. Judging by the massive press tour the cast and crew have been doing, the pilot premiere over at Comic-Con, and the special preview which aired this week exclusively on WATCH Disney XD and other digital platforms. The overall consensus is great, and that it reminds us of Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope. Disney Channels Worldwide President and Chief Creative Officer Gary Marsh made the second season order announcement earlier today.
The series is set five years before the events of Episode IV, years after the fall of the Jedi Order, and will center on a group of bandits who will help spark the revolution against the Galactic Empire.
Hulk Vs. Netflix Streaming DVD | Blu-ray
Directed by Sam Liu and Frank Paur
Starring Fred Tatasciore, Bryce Johnson, Steven Blum, Matthew Wolf, Nolan North
Marvel Animation and Lionsgate Home Entertainment
Originally Released: January 27, 2009
For Marvel Fans, the summer release of The Avengers directed by Joss Whedon has been a challenging act to follow up with. It was an impressive epic release of geekporn, complete with its faults, and since its release, it’s been tough to find other previous Marvel releases to fill the void left by Whedon’s stunning success.
And while it’s no alternative for The Avengers film, Netflix does have a bunch of Marvel flicks worth having a look at, including their animated line of releases. One that proves to be a fun diversion is Hulk Vs., an animated double feature that sets everyone’s favorite green giant against Thor and Wolverine.