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After a nearly six-year absence, The Clone Wars has finally returned for its seventh and final season. That wait was as long as the original run of the series, which is a bit mind-blowing… and once again great at making you feel old. The first story, dubbed “The Bad Batch Arc”, was released online a few years back with unfinished animation. At the time, fans thought it would be all we’d ever see of the canceled series. Much like the previous Star Wars series, The Mandalorian, The Clone Wars episodes will be released weekly on Fridays.Continue reading Clone Wars “The Bad Batch” Review
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Thanksgiving may be coming to a close, but that doesn’t stop Geekville Radio from talking some fun news about the news.
Several shows have been announced for the Disney streaming service. In the Star Wars corner, Pedro Pascal (Oberyn Martell in Game Of Thrones) has been cast as one of the main characters in Jon Favreau’s The Mandalorian. Former MMA star Gina Carano (Deadpool and Deadpool 2) has also been cast, presumably as another Mandalorian.
Diego Luna will reprise the role of Cassian Andor in a yet untitled Rogue One prequel series. It is unclear how long before the Rogue One movie the series will take place in, or whether any of the other members of the film’s cast will be part of the show.
This is in addition to a seventh season of the fan favorite Clone Wars series, which will presumably depict the fates of several characters. Disney has already teased a reunion between Ahsoka Tano and Anakin Skywalker. Fans of the series may recall Ahsoka leaving the Jedi order in the final episode of Season Five.
On the Marvel front, a series starring Sebastian Stan as Winter Soldier and Anthony Mackie as Falcon has been greenlit according to Slashfilm. This is in addition to a Scarlet Witch show with Elizabeth Olsen, and (perhaps the most anticipated) a Loki series with non other than Tom Hiddleston.
It is worth mentioning that all of these series look to be limited series, and not full seasons. So expect something more along the lines of a 4-8 episode season you might see on Netflix than the usual 22-26 episodes you might see on TV.
Marvel head Kevin Fiege will be directly involved in the series, which is not the case for Agents Of SHIELD on ABC. Coincidentally, Agents Of SHIELD has been renewed for a 7th season. Yes, you read that correctly. a SEVENTH season when the sixth hasn’t even aired yet.
Over in the DC side of things, James Gunn has officially been hired by Warner Bros. in a move that shouldn’t surprise many who have been following the story. Gunn will likely write and possibly direct Suicide Squad 2. Coincidentally, Disney will still be using Gunn’s script for Guardians Of The Galaxy 3.
The title of the long rumored Harley Quinn/Birds Of Prey film has been announced. The current official title is Birds Of Prey: And The Totally Fantabulous Emancipation Of One Harley Quinn.
Ewan McGregor has been cast as Black Mask, who will likely be the film’s central villain. Birds Of Prey has been a title over the years for a street-level female team. The team usually consists of some mixture of Huntress, Black Canary, Batgirl, an Catwoman. Poison Ivy and Harley have been in the series at different times.
In other Harley Quinn news, Alan Tudyk will be voicing The Joker in the animated Harley Quinn series for the DC streaming service. Kaley Cuoco will be Harley, and Diedrich Bader will reprise the role of Batman. He previously voiced Batman in Cartoon Network’s Brave And The Bold series.
In the final segment, Crazy Train reviews Red Dead Redemption 2. The long anticipated title has set a record for its opening weekend. With $725 million, the Western title beats out Avengers: Infinity War in opening weekend grossing.
This review may contain opinions that might not be the norm when talking about this massively popular game. In fact, the amount of realism of the game can be a deterrent at times. Take this headline
Realistic? Yes. Fun? Maybe not so much…
All this and more in another fun-filled Geekville Radio!
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Star Wars: The Clone Wars has officially debuted on Netflix. Not just the 2008 movie and the five aired seasons, but the never before seen sixth season as well. For those of you who may want to watch the series chronologically with no gaps in the timeline, watch in the steps below.
This comes from a tweet from Leland Chee, the official Keeper of the Holocron for LucasFilm.
The order is as follows
1. Season 2, Episode 16 “Cat And Mouse”
2. Season 1, Episode 16 “The Hidden Enemy”
3. Star Wars: The Clone Wars Movie
4. Season 3, Episode 1 “Clone Cadets”
5. Season 3, Episode 3 “Supply Lines”
6. Season 1, Episodes 1-15 “Ambush” through “Trespass”
7. Season 1, Episodes 17-21 “Blue Shadow Virus” through “Liberty On Ryloth”
8. Season 2, Episodes 1-3 “Holocron Heist” through “Children Of The Force”
9. Season 2, Episodes 17-19 “Bounty Hunters” through “The Zillo Beast Strikes Back”
10. Season 2, Episodes 4-14 “Senate Spy” through “Duchess Of Mandalore”
11. Season 2, Episodes 20-22 “Death Trap” through “Lethal Trackdown”
12. Season 3, Episodes 5-7 “Corruption” through “Assassin”
13. Season 3, Episode 2 “ARC Troopers”
14. Season 3, Episode 4 “Sphere Of Influence”
15. Season 3, Episode 8 “Evil Plans”
16. Season 1, Episode 22 “Hostage Crisis”
17. Season 3, Episodes 9-11 “Hunt For Ziro” through “Pursuit of Peace”
18. Season 2, Episode 15 “Senate Murders”
19. Season 3, Episode 12-22 “Nightsisters” through “Wookiee Hunt”
20. Season 4… All of it “Battle Lines” through “Revenge”
21. Season 5, Episode 2-13 “A War On Two Fronts”
22. Season 5, Episode 1 “Revival”
23. Season 5, Episodes 14-22 “Eminence” through “The Wrong Jedi”
24. Season 6… All of it “The Unknown” through “Sacrifice”