Ahsoka Tano’s incredible journey in the Star Wars universe is a true feel-good story. Voiced by the talented Ashley Eckstein, she was introduced as Anakin Skywalker’s spirited Padawan learner in the initially criticized Star Wars: The Clone Wars theatrical film. However, over the first five seasons of the subsequent animated series, Ahsoka’s character blossomed into a strong and reliable Jedi-in-training, capturing the hearts of viewers and amassing a devoted fanbase.
Unfortunately, fans were left dismayed when The Clone Wars came to an abrupt end, leaving Ahsoka’s story unresolved as she made the difficult choice to exile herself from the Jedi Order. Her remarkable growth and enduring popularity make Ahsoka Tano a beloved and inspiring figure in the Star Wars universe.
Star Wars: Ahsoka Photo Offers New Look at Live-Action Sabine Wren
Initially, fans were uncertain about the nature of the Star Wars: Ahsoka series when it was first announced. However, as the development progressed and the cameras started rolling, it became evident that the show would be a live-action sequel to the beloved animated series Rebels. Clues about the connection surfaced not only from Ahsoka’s storyline in Rebels but also through the confirmation of certain cast members. Notable appearances in the series include Eman Esfandi as Ezra Bridger, Mary Elizabeth Winstead as Hera Syndulla, and Natasha Liu Bordizzo as Sabine Wren. Recently, an exciting new photo has been unveiled, offering fans a fresh glimpse at Sabine’s appearance in the highly anticipated series.
Empire magazine recently released a new image from the Ahsoka series, accompanied by an interview with Natasha Liu Bordizzo, who portrays Sabine Wren. The series takes place after the events of Rebels, leaving a substantial time gap and a lingering mystery surrounding the disappearance of Ezra Bridger. For Sabine, this unresolved piece of the puzzle weighs heavily on her mind. Bordizzo explained that Sabine feels a deep sense of obligation towards Ezra. Despite being hailed as a hero after their efforts to liberate Lothal, Sabine doesn’t believe she deserves such acclaim because she lost her friend in the process. Her primary focus now is honoring the promise she made to Ezra—to find him and bring him back.
When does Ashoka premiere?
The series will premiere in August, Disney+ revealed during Star Wars Celebration. During the presentation, Dawson said she only recently calmed down from shooting the program and let slip that she hopes the series will get a second season.
But the release date for the highly anticipated series has not been officially announced. Fans are eagerly awaiting the unveiling of the premiere date, which will mark the start of Ahsoka’s captivating journey in live-action form.