VIDEO: Star Wars Rebels Season 4 Trailer (Official)

VIDEO: Star Wars Rebels Season 4 Trailer (Official)

It was announced today during the Star Wars Rebels panel that season four will be the last. Before that, however, it was also revealed that Star Wars legend Warwick Davis will be joining the cast as Ruhk, a character first introduced in Timothy Zahn’s Heir to the Empire as Grand Admiral Thrawn’s personal bodyguard. Returning characters include Saw Gerrera (Forest Whitaker) and Mon Mothma (Genevieve O’Reilly). So, while the series will be coming to an end, Dave Filoni promised a season we won’t soon forget. He also brought along the trailer for season four! You can check it out below:


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  1. Teresa
    April 15, 2017 at 14:06 Reply

    AWW 🙁 I was hoping for more Seasons 🙁 I really wanted to see the entire Ghost crew doing what they had to do to help the Rebellion from Rogue One to after the Return Of The Jedi and finish with them reuniting to go into Wild Space to Zeb’s people’s home world 🙁

    1. elvenpadawan
      April 15, 2017 at 20:19 Reply

      I know!!! I totally agree, and had to give vent to a little of my sadness in the announcement I did on my own website.
      Though….I have a theory that perhaps, somehow, we WILL see the crew continue on in that way. Possibly that next animated series that Filoni teased will take place between AHN and ROTJ, and we will see the Ghost crew continue to fight it out with the Empire!

      But really….oh, who am I kidding?! I’m so afraid for them in this last season!! I don’t want to see these guys not make it out to see the freedom Kanan was telling Ezra about in the end of season 3!! 😮 :'(

      If it’s any consolation, based on the revelations from the LEGO SW Freemaker season 2 trailer, at least we’re pretty sure that Hera will continue in the fight for a while more.

      1. Teresa
        April 17, 2017 at 14:19 Reply

        I hope so too that we will see the entire Ghost crew continue the fight between A New Hope and have their happy endings after Return Of The Jedi. I also want to see the entire Ghost crew see the end of the Empire as Kanan was talking about to Ezra at the end of Season 3. You can call me old fashioned in wanting to see the good guys and gals have their happy endings.

        1. elvenpadawan
          April 17, 2017 at 22:00 Reply

          If that’s called “old fashioned” then I’m afraid I’d have to fall under that category, too.
          I loved Rogue One so much, and I understood why it ended the way it did; in that case it worked wonderfully. But if they end Rebels in that same manner, it’s going to start feeling like a cop out.
          These guys have shown that they can create amazing characters and stories, get us totally emotionally involved with everything going on, and keep us committed to them for years. But if they continue on to end all the new characters they create in this way, it’s going to get old really fast. I want to see them be responsible for the characters and stories they bring out, working them out over long periods of time, and eventually tying them in to the larger, complete picture of the Star Wars saga.

          1. Teresa
            April 18, 2017 at 16:36

            I also loved Rogue One as it explained how the Rebellion obtained the Death Star plans and the endings of those who went after those plans which ties into the text crawl at the beginning of Star Wars A New Hope that states that the Rebellion has won its first victory against the Empire. I also agree that if Rebels is ended like Rogue One it is a major cop out! There are two episodes that talked about Force sensitive children, “Breaking Ranks” and “The Future Of The Force”, and what was done to hide those children. The next thing for Kanan and Ezra to do is to train those children in how to use the Force and they could do that in hiding in Wild Space (Zeb’s people original home world of Lirasan). That way, Yoda’s words to Luke about being “the last Jedi” would be true in that he is the only Jedi in known Space (Inner Rim, Middle, Rim, and Outer Rim of the Star Wars Galaxy). I agree with you 100% “to see them be responsible for the characters and stories they bring out, working them out over long periods of time, and eventually tying them into the larger, complete picture of the Star Wars saga”.

  2. Shay
    May 1, 2017 at 19:55 Reply

    Teresa: (it won’t let me comment back directly, so I’ll just do it this way. 🙂 )
    Wow, that makes complete sense to me! I didn’t even think of them going off into Wild Space or Lirasan, but that would totally work!
    I have always held the idea that they could both still be alive, even through the Original Trilogy, because of the way Yoda phrases those last words. We all know that Yoda always talks very ambiguously, and when he tells Luke that he would be “the last of the Jedi,” I always understood that that could be interpreted a couple of different ways. One of which is that he is not the last *singular individual,* but more of one of the last of a remaining handful.
    Also, neither Kanan nor Ezra is *technically* a Jedi by all the standards. Kanan is really no more of a Jedi that Asajj Ventress was. They both have essentially the same history: both were once Jedi apprentices, but when their Masters were killed they were left orphaned and strayed away from their previous path (though he only went into hiding while she became apprenticed to a Sith Lord.) No one ever seemed to think of Asajj as a Jedi, so really Kanan can’t truly be one either, as he never graduated to the status of Knight (unless you count his encounter with the Temple Guard in the Lothal Jedi Temple, of course.) And Ezra is just a Force-sensitive kid who was privileged enough to be trained how to use his abilities by a former Jedi. So he certainly can’t be called a true Jedi.

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