Star Wars: Spin-Off ' Ahsoka' Out 2023

Discussion in 'Television/Internet TV/VOD/DVD' started by Vee, Dec 27, 2022.

  1. Ahsoka Tano has never appeared in a live-action Star Wars movie but that doesn't mean she's a secondary character in that galaxy far, far away. In fact, you could argue that the new Ahsoka TV show on Disney Plus is long overdue.

    As Anakin Skywalker's apprentice throughout that famous interstellar skirmish known as the Clone Wars, Ahsoka had a front row seat for many of the most pivotal events in Star Wars canon. And even after the Jedi were hunted to near-extinction by the Emperor's forces, she became pivotal in the formation of the Rebel Alliance.

    The Jedi’. Here she was played by Rosario Dawson, who subsequently reprised the role in The Book of Boba Fett, and has returned to headline the hotly anticipated Ahsoka TV show when it lands on Disney Plus in 2023.

    This Mandalorian spin-off couldn’t be in better hands, with Dave Filoni – the man who oversaw both The Clone Wars and Rebels, and co-created the eponymous lead character – calling the shots as showrunner.

    Of course, if you're yet to watch the animated Star Wars TV shows, you may be asking why Anakin's former apprentices warrants her own series. Everyone else, however, will simply be wondering why an Ahsoka TV show has taken so long to make it to the screen...

    Release date: Disney Plus is yet to confirm a specific Ahsoka release date but we were told to expect a 2023 debut at Star Wars Celebration back in May.

    Cast: Rosario Dawson reprises her Mandalorian role as Ahsoka Tano, alongside Natasha Liu Bordizzo as Star Wars Rebels’ resident Mando Sabine Wren, and Eman Esfandi as wannabe Jedi Ezra Bridger. Hayden Christensen is also reportedly set to return as Anakin Skywalker.

    Story: Plot specifics are, as is standard, hidden behind Lucasfilm’s impregnable defense field. It seems likely, however, that the story will send Ahsoka and Sabine on a quest to track down trainee Jedi Ezra Bridger and his Imperial nemesis, Grand Admiral Thrawn.
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  2. out march 12th USA
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  3. Looking forward to this.
  4. #4 Vee, Jul 1, 2023
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    SERIES PREMIERE Now: Wed, Aug 23, 2023

    Ahsoka was born in a small village on planet Shuli. Which was part of the Galactic Republic. The republic has stood for a thousand years, protected by Jedi knights, who wield a cosmic energy called the Force. Ahsoka showed Force sensitivity even as an infant, when she persuaded a space-tiger not to eat her. Years later she was adopted into the Jedi order by master Plo Koon. Soon after this, the events of the phantom menace happen. After evil space teamsters invade a planet with robots, Jedi master qui gon jinn and his apprentice Obi-Wan Kenobi save the life of the queen of naboo, Padme amidala–then they get sidetracked to tatooine, where they meet a kid named Anakin Skywalker who is unbelievable powerful with the Force [clip]. They take Anakin back to Coruscant, the capital of the republic, where the naboo crisis leads to a new chancellor being elected–named Sheev Palpatine. Meanwhile the Jedi are worried about the re-emergence of the Sith, their sworn enemies who use the dark side of the Force. Anakin immediately takes the heroine to Padme, qui gon is killed by a sith lord named Darth Maul, Obi-Wan gets revenge and promises to train Anakin. Maul is from planet Dathomir, which is inhabited by powerful dark side users called the night sisters. Tears after Maul's defeat, the night sisters build him robot legs and restore his sanity. But now we have to go to an unknown region of the galaxy. This is going to get a little technical for a second, but it’s important. Ships in star wars navigate through a kind of subspace called hyperscale using super advanced computers that chart through the galaxy, like Han explains [clip]. It's been theorized that hyperspace is somehow tied to the Force itself. The earliest hyperspace travelers developed the technology because they observed space whales called purgill using the Force to travel through hyperspace–and it’s also thought that early Force users or Jedi were responsible for navigating hyperspace before the technology existed to do so. But the unknown region is nearly impossible to navigate because thousands of years ago there was some kind of natural disaster that damaged hyperspace, creating dangerous pockets called the chaos. People who live in the Unknown Regions use Force sensitive people called navigators to sense their way through this chaos. So the Unknown Regions are totally separate from the rest of the star wars galaxy, with different races, technology, and customs. Think of it as the old world, and the new world. So the major power in the Unknown Regions is called the Chiss ascendancy, a very secretive, advanced, and cautious government that rules many many planets. The Chiss are also a highly political culture, ruled by various families on a ruling council.

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  6. Good stuff so far. My favorite character is General Hera Syndulla. So much in fact she is one of my favorite Star Wars characters of all time. And this is the scene where she won me over...

  7. Not liking it so far seems aimed at 19yo fems with empathetic attitude, typical of todays democrats
    and yeah all the bad guys once again are WASP (White Anglo Saxon Protestant) siding with the remaining empire
    aspects are obviously written to appease the China's CCP censor

    time will tell so will the comments on popular media
  8. That's a funny way to judge a show. lol
  9. This show went to crap after episode 2.
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