The Best Side Characters In 'The Clone Wars'
Star Wars: The Clone Wars gave us many great Anakin and Obi-Wan moments, and even introduced Ahsoka Tano, who is now a beloved character in Star Wars. It expanded on what the prequels started, and even had a different POV at the end of the show that coincided with Revenge of the Sith. The show mainly focused on the Jedi, and characters we were already familiar with, thanks to the movies, but what about those on the side? Many characters in The Clone Wars were introduced, and some were only supposed to be in a few episodes, but are now beloved in the fandom. These characters expand on the galaxy we already know, and give it more meaning. Some are forgotten, but some are favorites, and have even appeared in live action. These are the best side characters in The Clone Wars.
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I hope all of you have been taking deep breaths and hydrating during this golden age of Star Wars. Earlier this month of June was Star Wars Celebration and we were gifted numerous stories and announcements for exciting projects coming down the pipeline. This gave every fan something to be excited about whether that was the release dates for new shows or the resurgence of love for the Prequels. The big reveal during Celebration is a confirmation of the next season The Mandalorian, the show which follows Din Djarin and his faithful adoptive son Grogu as they face adventures throughout space coming in 2023.
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A Psychological Profile On Obi-Wan Kenobi
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Ron Howard Says This About His Daughter In New Interview
Ron Howard is one of the most well-known directors of all time for his work in classic movies such as Cocoon, Willow, Apollo 13, A Beautiful Mind, The Da Vinci Code, and Frost/Nixon. His Hollywood career, which spanned more than fifty years, began with acting roles in The Andy Griffith Show (1960- 1968) and Happy Days (1974- 1980) before he transitioned to primarily directorial roles. It was not until 2018 that Howard began work on Star Wars, one of the most lucrative franchises in movie history. He replaced Phil Lord and Christopher Miller as director of Solo: A Star Wars Story. Nowadays, though, Ron might not even be the most beloved Star Wars director in his own family.
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