Thursday, June 4, 2015

Dave Filoni & Ashley Eckstein Discuss Ahsoka's Return In New Video

By: Benjamin Hart

One of the biggest and most shocking Star Wars moments of the year thus far was the reappearance of our favorite Torgruta Jedi Ahsoka Tano on Star Wars Rebels. Since season five of Star Wars: The Clone Wars ended and Ahsoka walked away from the Jedi Order, and her master Anakin Skywalker, fans had been begging to learn what happened to her, and now we know. Star Wars Rebels re-introduced her as one of the leading members of the Rebel Alliance in the years prior to Episode IV: A New Hope. USA Today has released a video that explores Ahsoka's long journey from snippy Padawan to Rebel leader. In it, executive producer Dave Filoni and the voice of Ahsoka, Ashley Eckstein, discuss at length her past in The Clone Wars and her future on Rebels. The video also features an assortment of brand new clips from season two of Star Wars Rebels.

You can check out the video and USA Today's article by clicking here!

Catch Ahsoka's return, along with the Ghost's crew, on Saturday, June 20th at 9:00pm when the hour long season two premiere episode "The Siege Of Lothal" airs on Disney XD!

Source: USA Today

Update: Lucasfilm has an added the video to the official Star Wars YouTube channel:

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