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- 1 Red Plate
- 1.1 Characters
- 1.1.1 EJ-4384
- 1.1.2 Zekiel Gured
- 1.1.3 Nash 
- 1.2 Best Scenes
- 1.2.1 Leia Lightsaber 
- 1.2.2 Green Guys 
- 1.3 The End 
- 1.1 Characters
Red Plate tells the story of a First Order Stormtrooper. He doesn't like working for the bad guys, but his weakness is that he'll follow any order of a master.
The Stormtrooper, EJ-4384, is in charge of wiping out every challenger for the title "New Empire". Many people in the galaxy want that title, and Captain Phasma wants the First Order to be it.
Eventually 4384 meets a guy named Zekiel Gured. Zekiel is the best gunfighter in the Resistance and eventually helps 4384 out of his jam.
But the First Order seeks revenge.
The star of the show! EJ-4384 or "Red Plate" is the best stormtrooper in the First Order …
- Would You Like to See PRINCESS LEIA On the List of DISNEY PRINCESSES? ***Then, PLEASE POST YOUR RESPONSES! ***
- Is Princess Leia on the list of Disney Princesses?*** Nope, not even as a potential one. And, there's major irony here. The real Princess Leia of Star Wars may be based on a true-to-life Princess, (or royalty of about 13 countries, per DNA), who's a cousin of Walt Disney, and of the actress, Carrie Fisher. Therefore, Princess Leia may not be part of the Disney Franchise, (and there's reasons for this), but, she's still a real life "Disney Princess".
I've seen different names for different groups of fans. Trekkies for Star Trek, Whovians for Doctor Who. I think given the original trilogy and the sequel trilogy and current cartoon, the name Rebels would be a good one for Star wars fans. Any comments on the suggestion below would be appreciated. Ztyran (talk) 20:28, February 24, 2018 (UTC)
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Have you seen the new trailer for The Force Awakens that
everyone is talking about? Lots of great new teasers, and footage
we haven't seen before! In order to take a closer look at the
Easter eggs it's provided, we've created a new Fannotation video in
response - for all to enjoy. Check it out, and let us know in the
comments below if you spot something we didn't
In case you missed it, here's the original version of the trailer, along with reactions from Daisy Ridley & John Boyega!
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The Force Awakens will be in theaters in just two months! And
while anticipation for that film has reached fever pitch, fans
thoughts are already turning to the NEXT Star Wars movie,
Rogue One, coming out in 2016.
Rogue One is the first standalone Star Wars movie in the
on-going “Star Wars Story,” or “Anthology,” series which will tell
tales of characters and events in the Galaxy Far, Far Away which
diverge from the story of the main saga films. The second is a
planned “early Han Solo movie” due in 2018. What’s coming after
THAT? We don’t know, but it’s fun to speculate.
Do YOU have a Twitter-length pitch for a Star Wars standalone? We want to hear it! We’ll take the best submissions and include them in an upcoming Star Wars Standalone Wishlist vi…
The popular Korean Star Wars web comic, focusing on the story of the original trilogy as told from Luke Skywalker's perspective, is now officially available in English on LINE Webtoon.
Starting today, fans can read new installments of the comic each Thursday and Sunday on the LINE Webtoon website for free.
The comic has had Star Wars fans buzzing because it reinterprets certain events from the original trilogy, leading to speculation over its canonicity. Lucasfilm's Jennifer Heddle responded to fan questions saying the comic exists in a canon "grey area."
Renowned Korean artist Hong Jacga, a Star Wars fan himself, created the comic. In it he reconstructs events from the movies while including main characters, backgrounds and locations consis…
This past weekend, I had the opportunity to attend the Wizard World Comic Con in Nashville, courtesy of Wikia. Much thanks to them, as it was a great experience and I got to attend some neat panels, such as a presentation by Jim Cummings, who Star Wars fans will know as w:c:starwars:Hondo Ohnaka (and who, yes, will be returning as the voice of Ohnaka in the character's upcoming appearances on Star Wars Rebels) and also one by Michael Golden, who worked on one of the Star Wars comics. In non-Star Wars related news, I attended a major panel featuring Jewel Staite and Adam Baldwin, known for appearing together on the show Firefly, as well as a thoughtful panel about strong female characters in media.
I've got a lot more coming in the next couple days…
The first official non-teaser poster for Star Wars: The Force Awakens is finally here, and guess what... Finn has a lightsaber! I love the classic styling of the poster - shades of the original trilogy for sure, but where is Luke? Oh well, it's only the first poster, after all, surely there will be several more versions to follow. What do you think of this one, and of Finn's 'saber reveal? Comment below to share your thoughts!
Your weekend already booked solid watching Daredevil? Sorry, you'll have to find 12 more hours on your calendar because ALL SIX Star Wars films are coming to various digital retailers (Amazon, iTunes, VUDU, Google Play, etc.) starting on Friday, April 10!
Want ALL the details, including a breakdown of the included extras? Here's the official press release:
Disney, Lucasfilm and 20th Century Fox Announce The Star Wars Digital Movie Collection
The most iconic movie collection of all time becomes available for the first time on Digital HD on April 10, 2015
Now the Force will be with you – everywhere!
BURBANK, Calif. – April 6, 2015 / PR Newswire / — As anticipation builds for the December release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, the first new fil…
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My thoughts on the season 1 finale of Star Wars Rebels Fire Across the Galaxy it was shorter than i expected i assumed it would be 44 minutes as opposed to the regular 22 minutes and i was expecting a larger battle at the end but it was still great to see Ahsoka Tano is still alive and well in the series and Darth Vader appearing is also a bonus i suspect some interesting interactions between the two in season 2.
- WARNING: Major plot spoilers for both Heir to the Jedi and Star Wars Rebels follow.
The new era of Star Wars canon is an exciting time for many fans, myself included. I never read many Legends (Expanded Universe) books, so, to me, we're seeing the advent of a whole new era for Star Wars and the release of so many untold stories. Between the fun adventure of A New Dawn and the psychological exploration of Tarkin, not to mention the spectacular Star Wars Rebels and the exciting new comics from Marvel, the future is very bright.
Not every story will be great, though, and Heir to the Jedi is, unfortunately, the first canon misstep. It's certainly not that bad by any means, don't get me wrong, and it has plenty of enjoyable moments, but it lands flat and doesn't…
Marvel Comics have released their comic solicitations for May 2015, including the four Star Wars comics that will be released that month. Check out these solicitations, from IGN, below:
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- As Luke goes home in search of the truth about his late mentor...
- ...Leia takes Han on a secret mission o…
Lucasfilm and Disney XD have released a preview for the next episode of Star Wars Rebels, titled "Rebel Resolve." The episode features the rebels attempting to rescue Kanan from Grand Moff Tarkin. The episode is Part One of a two-part season finale. The full description is below:
- Despite a secret informant who insists the Rebels go into hiding, Ezra secretly plots to rescue Kanan from the Imperials in an all-new Star Wars Rebels episode "Rebel Resolve"!
- With Kanan being held by Grand Moff Tarkin and the Inquisitor, Ezra resolves to rescue his Jedi teacher in direct defiance of Hera's orders. Using Chopper disguised as an Imperial courier droid, the Rebels infiltrate the Imperial communications network to find out where Kanan is being held – a…
"Call to Action," the eleventh episode of Star Wars Rebels, aired tonight, which means there's a new episode of Rebels Recon, going behind the scenes of the episode. You can watch the video above, read the official episode guide here, and read more on Wookieepedia here.
This episode of Rebels Recon also contains a preview clip from the next episode, "Rebel Resolve," which will be released on WatchDisneyXD.com and the WatchDisneyXD app next Monday, February 16th. It will premiere on Disney XD on February 23rd.
What did you think of tonight's episode? You can read my review here, and share your thoughts in the comments below!
- This is a review of Marvel's Star Wars #1, released last month; and Star Wars #2, released last week. Spoilers follow.
Having been very busy lately, I wasn't able to post a review of the first two issues of Marvel's first new Star Wars comic series—aptly titled Star Wars—until now. But considering Darth Vader #1 is coming out on Wednesday (followed by Darth Vader #2 in two weeks), I thought now was as good a time as any.
I feel like I should be clear up front: I've never been that into Star Wars Legends, which used to be called the Expanded Universe. There have been a number of Legends comics series set between Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope and Star Wars: Episode V The Empire Strikes Back, but I haven't read any of them. I therefore have no past Legend…
J.J. Abrams is notoriously tight-lipped about his films, and Star Wars: The Force Awakens is no exception. We still know very little about the film, and that's just the way he wants it. Which makes it all the more interesting when he does talk about The Force Awakens, which he recently did at the Visual Effects Society Awards, where he was accepting the Visionary Award.
Of course, J.J. didn't say much—we're still over ten months away from The Force Awakens, after all. Still, he talked a bit about the process used to create the film's special effects—they used practical effects wherever they could and wherever it made sense, but there will still obviously be a ton of CGI in the movie—as well as the mysterious new crossguard lightsaber. Apparentl…
- This is an advance review for "Call to Action," tonight's episode if Star Wars Rebels. It was released last week on WatchDisneyXD.com and the WatchDisneyXD app. Spoilers follow.
"Call to Action," tonight's episode of Star Wars Rebels, is poised to be a game-changer for the show. Ever since the premiere, Spark of Rebellion, the rebels have generally been successful in their fight against the Empire, but these operations have been small-time ones. They've generally all centered around Lothal, with attacks against the Imperial presence there. But these attacks add up, and they have not gone unnoticed.
Enter Grand Moff Wilhuff Tarkin.
Tarkin—once again voiced by Stephen Stanton, reprising his role from Star Wars: The Clone Wars—arrives on Lothal and …
The Hollywood Reporter is reporting that Felicity Jones, the Oscar-nominated star of the Stephen Hawking biopic The Theory of Everything, is the favorite to play the female lead in the first Star Wars spinoff film, which will be directed by Gareth Edwards. According to THR, Jones is now in talks to star in the film, set to be released on December 16, 2016.
Last week, Chris Weitz was hird to work on the film's screenplay. The first draft was written by Gary Whitta, who departed the project after completing his draft. Previous reports have indicated that Tatiana Maslany (Orphan Black) and sisters Rooney Mara (The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo) and Kate Mara (House of Cards) were also in consideration for the female lead.
We do not yet know what the …
Lucasfilm and Disney XD have released a preview for next week's episode of Star Wars Rebels, titled "Call to Action," which can now be viewed on WatchDisneyXD.com and the WatchDisneyXD app for those with the right cable subscription. The episode features the arrival of Grand Moff Tarkin on Lothal, and he is not pleased with the fact that the Imperials on Lothal have failed to destroy the rebels. Tarkin is played by Stephen Stanton, who gave voice to the character in several episodes of Star Wars: The Clone Wars.
The full description is below:
- "Grand Moff Tarkin arrives on Lothal to evaluate Aresko, Grint, Kallus and the Inquisitor over the increasing insurgent activity on the planet. When the rebels target the Imperial communications network t…
"Vision of Hope," the tenth episode of Star Wars Rebels, aired tonight, which means there's a new episode of Rebels Recon, going behind the scenes of the episode. You can watch the video above, read the official episode guide here, and read more on Wookieepedia here.
This episode of Rebels Recon also contains a preview clip from next week's episode, "Call to Action," which is currently available on WatchDisneyXD.com and the WatchDisneyXD app.
What did you think of tonight's episode? Share your thoughts in the comments below!
Star Wars: Battle Pod is a brand new Star Wars arcade game that was recently released into select arcades—that's right, actual arcades. Battle Pods, a high-tech nostalgia trip back to the 1980s, is a shooting game that lets you play through the battles of the original trilogy in a brand new, modern experience. Check out the behind the scenes video above to learn more!
Oscar Isaac, who stars as Poe Dameron in this year's Star Wars: The Force Awakens, has been fielding a lot of Star Wars questions while promoting his most recent film, A Most Violent Year. In a conversation with The Huffington Post, Isaac commented on whether or not fans and non-fans alike will be happy with the film:
- The last three films weren’t received with as much fervor as the first three. So is "The Force Awakens" a movie that fans of the original 1980s trilogy will be happy with?
- Abso-frickin-lutely. Without question. I think particularly fans of the universe will just be in ecstasy. But I think that even people that haven’t -- there are believe it or not still people that haven't seen or are not fans. I think this will win a lot of new fa…
Stephen Stanton, the voice actor who portrayed Admiral Wilhuff Tarkin in Star Wars: The Clone Wars, has revealed that now-Grand Moff Tarkin will appear in "Call to Action," next week's episode of Star Wars Rebels:
In the episode, Tarkin travels to Lothal after the Imperial forces there have failed time and time again to defeat the rebellious crew of the Ghost. Tarkin makes some changes to Imperial operations on Lothal, and the Empire undertakes an operation to eliminate the rebels once and for all—both as an insurgent force and as a symbol of hope.
"Call to Action" is currently available on WatchDisneyXD.com and the WatchDisneyXD app. It will premiere on Disney XD next Monday, February 9, 2015.
Paul S. Kemp, author of the upcoming canon novel Lords of the Sith, took to Facebook to talk a bit about the novel, which as of now will be released in a little under three months. Specifically, Kemp talked about his approach to writing Darth Vader:
It's good to hear that Vader will be portrayed as menacing, as that was always one of Vader's biggest selling points. What most intrigues me, however, isn't Vader; it's his master. I am very curious about how Darth Sidious will be portrayed in Lords of the Sith. In the most recent novel, Tarkin by James Luceno, it was revealed that Sidious had handed over the day-to-day management of the Empire to a Ruling Council, with Grand Vizier Mas Amedda as his voice. The Emperor himself only emerges when his…
Great news for fans of Star Wars Rebels! The show's second season, which will make its global debut at Celebration Anaheim in April (and then presumably airing sometime this fall), will have nearly twice as many episodes as the first season. So says series star Freddie Prinze Jr, who voices Kanan Jarrus:
As a fan of Rebels myself, this is great news. The biggest sticking point I have with the otherwise enjoyable first season is that the show feels rushed. Take the episode "Breaking Ranks," for example, where Ezra infiltrates the Imperial Academy in order to steal an Imperial decoder. The episode begins a few weeks into his time in the Academy. If that had been an episode of Star Wars: The Clone Wars, I'd like to think it would have been at leas…
Fresh off of an appearance in "Idiot's Array," one of the most recent episodes of Star Wars Rebels, Billy Dee Williams has confirmed that there will be more appearances for Lando Calrissian in the Disney animated series. Speaking to Jordan Maison of Cinelinx, Williams said, in response to a blunt question about whether he would return again:
- "Yeah! There's more adventures with Lando coming up."
This shouldn't come as too much of a surprise to those who saw "Idiot's Array." When we meet Lando in that episode, he's very much in the beginning of a brand new career and is looking to mine some land on Lothal—an operation that could very well one day lead him to the tibanna gas mine of Cloud City. Even Lando knew at the end of "Idiot's Array" that …
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Lucasfilm and Disney XD have released a preview for next week's episode of Star Wars Rebels, titled "Vision of Hope," which can now be viewed on WatchDisneyXD.com and the WatchDisneyXD app for those with the right cable subscription. The episode features the first in-the-flesh appearance of Senator-in-exile Gall Trayvis, voiced by Brent Spiner—who famously portrayed Commander Data in Star Trek: The Next Generation and four feature films.
The full description is below:
- "In a coded transmission, Gall Trayvis announces a visit to Lothal to rally support against the Empire. But when the rebels realize he will be targeted by Imperials and attempt to rescue him, they discover a terrible truth."
You can also check out some preview images:
"Vision of Hop…
Lucasfilm and Disney XD have released a preview for next week's episode of Star Wars Rebels, titled "Path of the Jedi," which can now be viewed on WatchDisneyXD.com for those with the right cable subscription. The episode marks the return of Frank Oz as Jedi Master Yoda, portraying the character for the first time since 2005's Star Wars: Episode III 'Revenge of the Sith. The episode sees Ezra put through a number of tests to determine his readiness as a Padawan, and he—as well as Kanan—are guided by Yoda, who speaks to them from afar.
The full description is below:
- "Recognizing it's time for Ezra to undertake his next important step in Jedi training, Kanan and his apprentice quest for an ancient Jedi Temple on Lothal. Once there, Ezra begins a…
2014 was a huge year for so many different fandoms, and Star Wars was no exception. This year was HUGE for Star Wars, with the release of The Clone Wars: The Lost Missions, the beginning of The Clone Wars Legacy, the creation of a new Star Wars canon, the release of Star Wars Rebels, and, last but not least, the first teaser trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens. And the best part is that it's only going to get bigger once The Force Awakens hits theaters, and more and more films, TV episodes, books, comics, and games are released.
To celebrate some of the biggest fandom moments of 2014, Wikia created a project called 2014: The Year in Fandom, chronicling pop culture moments from 2014. Fans from Wikia worked with video creators from Maker Studios to c…
Excited, you should be: Jedi Master Yoda will be appearing in "Path of the Jedi," the next episode of Star Wars Rebels! The news was revealed by TV Guide. There is a catch, of course: we'll only be hearing his voice, not actually seeing him. But the voice will be none other than the legendary Frank Oz, who famously portrayed Yoda in five out of six live-action films (including being the character's puppeteer before Yoda became CGI in Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones). The character was also masterfully voiced by Tom Kane in Star Wars: The Clone Wars.
In the episode, the voice of Yoda offers counsel to Kanan and Ezra, two of the lead characters in the series. As to why Yoda will only appear as a voice, executive producer Dave Filoni sa…
- This post contains rumors for Episode VII and therefore may contain SPOILERS!
There's been a few rumors in the past about how there might be some sort of superweapon in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and Star Wars Fanpedia has learned that these rumors may well be true.
From what we've heard, this weapon, whatever it may be, is likely organic in nature, and may coincide with the whereabouts of a character who is missing, a character that the new generation of heroes—Finn (John Boyega), Rey (Daisy Ridley), and Poe Dameron (Oscar Isacc)—set out to find. With the help of Han Solo and Princess Leia, of course.
Past rumors about Luke's whereabouts have included him being in captivity, as well as being in seclusion because he has become …
Entertainment Weekly has been given an exclusive from Lucasfilm and Disney: the names of the characters who we saw in the first Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer! The names were revealed in a really cool way, with the reveals looking like retro Topps trading cards. Back in 1977, Topps put out a number of trading cards for the film we now know and love as Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope.
Below, you can see a gallery of the new characters, along with links that take you to their pages on Wookieepedia.
What do you think of the new names? Share your thoughts in the comments below!
StarWars.com has revealed the cover art for Dark Disciple, the upcoming novel by Christie Golden that's set to hit book shelves on July 7, 2015. The novel features fan-favorite characters Asajj Ventress and Quinlan Vos, reportedly on some sort of mission to assassinate Count Dooku. The novel is based on four unproduced scripts from what would have been the seventh season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars. Back in September, Lucasfilm released some concept art from those would-be episodes here, as part of The Clone Wars Legacy multimedia project.
First announced at this year's San Diego Comic-Con, Dark Disciple will cater to a more adult audience. According to Pablo Hidalgo of the Lucasfilm Story Group, the novel can go deeper into the characters than…