A new clip from the final midseason return of Star Wars Rebels shows that the daring plan to rescue Hera Syndulla from the Galactic Empire involves the use of hang gliders, of all things.
Last we left the rebels, Hera was captured by Grand Admiral Thrawn’s task force on the streets of Lothal. After preparing himself through the Force — and subsequently shaving and cutting his hair — Kanan Jarrus joins Ezra Bridger and Sabine Wren on a daring mission to rescue her. Garazeb “Zeb” Orrelios and C1-10P “Chopper” assist in helping our heroes take flight as they start one of their last big adventures as a team:
It’s been a little over four years, but Rebels is finally coming to an end. This feels a bit like the end of an era for Lucasfilm, as the series was our first foray into Disney’s iteration of the Star Wars universe after the decree to make the vast majority of the prior Expanded Universe non-canonical (even though it was never fully considered “canon” by George Lucas himself). Here’s hoping that future animated series continue to hold the high standards that projects like Rebels and The Clone Wars before it have brought.
Star Wars Rebels will return on February 19, 2018 and airs on Monday nights. The series features the voice cast of Freddie Prinze Jr. as Kanan, Vanessa Marshall as Hera, Steve Blum as Zeb, Tiya Sircar as Sabine, Taylor Gray as Ezra, Dee Bradley Baker as Captain Rex, David Oyelowo as Agent Kallus, Lars Mikkelsen as Grand Admiral Thrawn, and Warwick Davis as Rukh.
The Trailers Of Super Bowl LII, Ranked From Worst To Best
This year’s Super Bowl was a pretty close game between the Eagles and the Patriots, with the former scoring their first ever Super Bowl victory in addition to it being their first Super Bowl game. But enough about that, let’s talk about the really exciting stuff: the ads that companies shelled out millions of dollars for.
Between Peter Dinklage and Morgan Freeman engaging in a rap-off and David Harbour convincing us that every single Super Bowl advertisement was secretly selling Tide Pods (…Too soon?), there were a lot of good ones this year. But what we’re most interested in at Heroic Hollywood are the ads for this year’s biggest movies (and one movie-quality TV show), and we’ve decided to rank them all from worst to best.