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Star Wars: The Clone Wars ‘winding down’ and Detours ‘on hold’, says Lucasfilm

Star Wars: The Clone Wars is winding down and Detours is postponed, says Lucasfilm

StarWars.com has released an official story about the eventual fate of Star Wars: The Clone Wars, the animated series from Lucasfilm Animation, as well as the postponement of another animated series, Star Wars Detours.

Dave Filoni's announces details about the end of Star Wars: The Clone Wars on StarWars.com
Dave Filoni’s announcement about the end of Star Wars: The Clone Wars

Lucasfilm, and Dave Filoni, Supervising Director of Star Wars: The Clone Wars, are letting their fans know that The Clone Wars Series will be winding down, as there are already episodes that have been completed for the next season. With these episodes, you’ll find, as Filoni states on the video accompanying the story, “some of the most important story arcs are still coming your way.” He elaborates by saying, “there are still some gaps in there, things that are really crucial to the overall story arc of the Star Wars Universe that we need to finish off and tell you. They are the best episodes that my crew has ever committed to screen.”

Season Finale of Star Wars: The Clone Wars – The Wrong Jedi

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LucasFilm has just released a couple of teaser clips for the shocking finale to Season 5 of Star Wars: The Clone Wars, which airs this Saturday, March 2nd at 9:30am ET/PT on the Cartoon Network.

Titled “The Wrong Jedi,” the episode serves as the culmination of over five years of development on Ahsoka Tano’s character and her relationship with Anakin Skywalker. The episode is helmed by Dave Filoni, who will be serving as episodic director as well as supervising director for the series.

The episode “The Wrong Jedi” finds Ahsoka wrongly accused for sedition and murder, and is sentenced to be prosecuted in the High Courts of the Galactic Republic, by an overzealous Admiral Tarkin. Ahsoka’s last hope lies in Anakin Skywalker, who is currently hunting the Coruscant underworld for the real murderer. You can watch the preview clips below:

Star Wars: The Clone Wars Clip – To Catch a Jedi

Star Wars: The Clone Wars Clip - To Catch a Jedi

A new clip has been released for this week’s episode of Star Wars: The Clone Wars, titled “To Catch a Jedi.” The episode is scheduled to air today, February 23 at 9:30 am ET/PT on the Cartoon Network.

The episode continues Ahsoka’s inquest into the mystery surrounding the temple bombing incident, going so far as the skirt the boundaries of the law. Currently, the poor inquisitive Jedi is on the run from the Republic in the deepest levels of the Coruscant underworld. Her search for answers results in a very surprising alliance, which is appropriate as she needs all the help she can get in order to unravel the massive conspiracy while staying ahead of the law. You can watch the clips below:

New Star Wars: The Clone Wars Clip

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A couple of new clips for Star Wars: The Clone Wars has been released as a way of teasing this week’s episode, titled “The Jedi Who Knew Too Much. The episode finds Ahsoka at odds with Admiral Tarkin as the Republic military starts to take over the Temple bombing case. The episode will air on Saturday, Feburary 16th at 9:30 am ET/PT on the Cartoon Network.

The first clip has Letta Turmond requesting for a chance to talk to Ahsoka Tano. There’s nothing much, as the clip cuts out just when they start talking, but we do get a glimpse at the Republican military’s security measures, including confiscating the Jedi’s lightsabers before allowing her in.

New Star Wars: The Clone Wars Clip – Sabotage

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A couple of new clips has just been released for this week’s episode of Star Wars: The Clone Wars, titled “Sabotage,” which is actually the first in a four-part episode arc. The episode will air this coming Saturday, February 9th at 9:30am ET/PT on the Cartoon Network.

In “Sabotage,” Anakin and Ahsoka are pulled out of the frontlines and tasked with investigating a deadly explosion at the Jedi Temple. The duo eventually unearths clues that point to a Jedi being responsible for the blast. Who was the perpetrator?

NYCC Interview: Ashley Eckstein from Star Wars: The Clone Wars

ToonBarn's Marc Morrell interviewed Ashley Eckstein, the voice of Ahsoka Tano, from Star Wars: The Clone Wars, at New York Comic Con 2012

Here’s how awesomely cool Ashley Eckstein is: She is one of the busiest people on the planet, but somehow, she managed to give us an interview on Sunday Afternoon, after only meeting her for the first time on the previous Friday Night.

It was a real pleasure to meet Ashley and her husband David in New York City at the “The Mary Sue/Her Universe” Party on the Friday Night of New York Comic Con Weekend. Ashley was cosplaying as a Star Trek Zombie (Spock Hoodie), so she wasn’t immediately recognizable.

Star Wars: The Clone Wars – Rebels Infiltrate the Heavily Fortified City of Iziz

Star Wars: The Clone Wars – Rebels Infiltrate the Heavily Fortified City of Iziz

On the upcoming episode of Star Wars: The Clone Wars this week, titled “Front Runners”, the Rebels finally make their move. Under the supervision of Ahsoka, the Onderon rebels infiltrate the heavily fortified city of Iziz and carry out a series of strikes. As the Separatist-aligned king comes under increasing pressure to deal with the rebellion, the rebels decide to choose a new leader.

The Clone Wars Exclusive Clip: Friends and Enemies

The Clone Wars Clip: Friends and Enemies

On the newest episode of Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Obi-Wan and Anakin will find each other on opposite sides (a sign of things to come?) of a conflict, albeit only by pure coincidence, as Anakin and Ahsoka doggedly pursue a trio of criminal fugitives across the galaxy. What the two jedis don’t know is that the fugitives are actually Obi-Wan, Cad Bane, and Moralo Eval in disguise. What will happen to the friends when they finally catch up to each other?

Star Wars: The Clone Wars Season 4 on Cartoon Network September 16th

Star Wars: The Clone Wars Season 4 on Cartoon Network September 16th

September 16th. Just keep saying it over and over in your head, and soon enough, it will be here. Then, as 8pm rolls around, head on over to Cartoon Network for what you’ve all been waiting for: the premiere of Star Wars: The Clone Wars season 4! All the lightsabering action returns as Anakin Skywalker continues his quest, and the dangerous boundary line between the light and the dark side. All your favorites are back as well, from Yoda, to R2-D2, C-3PO, Chewbacca, Boba Fett, Mace, Obi-Wan, Ahsoka, Captain Rex, Padme, Grievous, Asajj, Count Dooku, Savage Opress, Cad Bane, and more droids than you can shake the Force at. Read on the check out the extended teaser trailer sneak peek preview for the fourth season, and keep repeating “September 16th, September 16th, September 16th…”

Lego Star Wars III: The Clone Wars available today

Lego Star Wars III: The Clone Wars available today

Lightsaber? Check. The Force? Check. A giant pile of Legos? You bet. Lego Star Wars III: The Clone Wars puts gamers directly into the world of Cartoon Network’s popular animated series, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, complete with all the special abilities a proper Jedi should have. Add in the building magic of Lego, and the classic humor and gameplay the Lego franchise has to offer, and you got yourself one of the coolest games available. Best of all, the title is available today in the U.S. (March 25th in the UK and March 30th in Australia) ready for whatever console you have: PC, Nintendo DS, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable, Xbox 360, Nintendo Wii, and Nintendo 3DS. Take a look at some gameplay footage, then get to playing!

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