CONFIRMED: ‘Star Wars Rebels Season One’ on Blu-ray in September; Full Bonus Features Detailed

Enjoy this article? You may also be interested in these related items from our partners


Star Wars Rebels:
Complete Season One [Blu-ray]


Star Wars Rebels:
Spark of Rebellion DVD

Star Wars Rebels
Mousepad - Customizable

'Star Wars Rebels Season One' on Blu-rayWalt Disney Studios Home Entertainment today confirmed an earlier report by Stitch Kingdom that Disney XD’s ‘Star Wars Rebels’ complete first season will be available to own on 2-Disc Blu-ray and 3-Disc DVD on September 1 (now available for pre-order).

Enjoyed this post? Share it!

 
 

REPORT: ‘Star Wars Rebels’ Season One on Blu-ray in September

'Star Wars Rebels'Ahead of any official announcement, Amazon has begun listing the first season of ‘Star Wars Rebels’ for release on both DVD and Blu-ray on September 1, 2015, which puts it well behind the launch date of season two, which will be June 20.

The entries lack descriptions, so there is no hint at any potential bonus features, but they do report a running time of 450 minutes which appears to be 2 hours longer than the combined length of the first season, including ‘Spark of Rebellion.’ Even account for the introductory shorts, there seems to be a substantial amount of previously unreleased content to be expected.

Enjoyed this post? Share it!

 
 

WATCH: ‘Star Wars Rebels’ Clip Featuring Frank Oz as Yoda

'Star Wars Rebels'Lucasfilm has released a couple of clips from its upcoming episode of ‘Star Wars Rebels,’ titled ‘Path of the Jedi.’ The first clip is titled ‘Yoda’s Guidance’ and features Kanan telepathically (?) receiving a message from Master Yoda — whom Kanan believed to have been long deceased — voiced in the January 5 episode by the legendary Frank Oz, who, of course, originated the role of Yoda.

The second clip, titled ‘Nothing and Everything’ has Kanan setting Ezra on a quest, which is probably what is hinted at by the episode’s official synopsis: ‘Ezra must face a great challenge as part of his growth as a member of the team.’

Enjoyed this post? Share it!

 
 

The Muppets Join Computer Generated Toys and ‘Disneyland Dreams’ in National Film Registry

In 1988, the National Film Preservation Act was introduced into law, creating a National Film Preservation Board and, with it, a National Film Registry which are a selection of American films, nominated by the public and chosen by the Library of Congress, which are deemed to be ‘culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant.’ Up to 25 can be selected each year out of a total of 50 nominations (in its inagural year, almost 1,000 films were been nominated).

Enjoyed this post? Share it!