‘The Bad Batch’: New ‘Star Wars’ Saga Animation Will Have ‘Familiar Faces’ Return, Says Producer



‘Star Wars: The Bad Batch’ is now available on Disney + and will accompany a group of Clonetroopers in the service of the Empire after the fall of the Republic.

As the plot will deal with how “ The Clone Wars ” unfold, fans are curious whether the new animation will have the return of well-known characters.

In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, producer Jennifer Corbett was asked about the topic to which she replied:

“Since everyone on the team is a fan of the saga, it was very tempting to include a number of our favorite characters, but it had to be something natural. Well, I can guarantee fans will see some familiar faces throughout the episodes. We took care to only present characters with a purpose for the development of the story, which was very interesting … You will see that the protagonists will cross paths with old friends and foes.

She went on to speak of narrative responsibility when it comes to bringing a character to a new attraction.

“As much as there are dear characters and so many fans want to see again, we couldn’t give in to fan service. We had a lot of responsibility in creating this story and felt the pressure of the popularity of “The Clone Wars”, but in the end we did a great job, I guarantee you.

So, are you eager to accompany the animation?

Created by Dave Filoni (“The Mandalorian“), the episodes are directed by Bras Rau, with a screenplay supervised by Jennifer Corbett.

“ Star Wars: The Bad Batch ” revolves around elite experimental clones of the “ Bad Lot ” (originally introduced in “ The Clone War ”), as they find a way to change the galaxy immediately after the previous events. The party members – a unique squad that differ genetically from their Clone Army brethren – have an exceptional ability that turns them into practical, extraordinary, and formidable soldiers.

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Dee Bradley Baker and Ming-Na Wen are part of the cast.

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