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Yoda Warns Ezra of Danger in New ‘Star Wars Rebels’ Preview

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After appearing as a disembodied voice in Season 1 of “Star Wars Rebels,” Master Yoda — once again portrayed by Frank Oz — makes his on-screen debut in this scene from next week’s episode.

In “Shroud of Darkness,” Kanan, Ezra and Ahsoka return to the Jedi temple on Lothal to learn how the Inquisitors have been able to track the Rebels. Seeking the advice of Yoda, the three experience powerful visions that reveal the future, the past and old friends long gone.

“Star Wars Rebels” airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on Disney XD.

Comments

  • misterpl

    Since when is Yoda Bob Newhart? Go back to the Clone Wars character model, please.

  • misterpl

    Since when is Yoda Bob Newhart? Go back to the Clone Wars character model, please.

  • Mr. Knight

    HAHA. Bob Newhart Yoda. Good one.

  • http://darkesword.tumblr.com/ DarkeSword

    Frank Oz sounds amazing, but I feel like nobody’s been able to write Yoda dialogue correctly since The Empire Strikes Back. So many of the inversions in his sentence structure in the prequels and in Clone Wars feel forced and awkward, but in TESB he sounded so natural.

  • http://darkesword.tumblr.com/ DarkeSword

    Frank Oz sounds amazing, but I feel like nobody’s been able to write Yoda dialogue correctly since The Empire Strikes Back. So many of the inversions in his sentence structure in the prequels and in Clone Wars feel forced and awkward, but in TESB he sounded so natural.

  • Jim McMaster

    they cant, cartoon network owns all assets from the clone wars including the digital models

  • Jim McMaster

    they cant, cartoon network owns all assets from the clone wars including the digital models

  • misterpl

    As a Star Wars licensee, that’s news to me. I’ll have to politely ask you to cite your source because in my time working with Lucasfilm, there’s never been any indication that anyone owns the designs from The Clone Wars but Lucasfilm (and Disney, of course).

  • Jim McMaster

    I dont have an official source. The information I received was in response to a discussion I had online with several individuals as to why there was a noticeable difference in the quality of animation between clone wars and the early episodes of star wars rebels. The answer given by one member was that CN held partial control over the animation engine and assets used for the clone wars television show and that the producers of rebels had to start from scratch as a result when producing the new show. The explanation made sense to me.