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Star Wars: The Clone Wars Season 2 (R2/UK BD) in October

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Warner Home Video have announced the UK DVD and Blu-ray Disc release of Star Wars: The Clone Wars Season 2 on 25th October 2010. As the intensifying Clone Wars plunge further into the galaxy, heroic Jedi encounters never-before-seen creatures, space pirates, giant monsters, mind-controlling brain worms and the return of Boba Fett. Adding to the turmoil, bounty hunter Cad Bane steals valuable Jedi secrets, a mind-controlling queen creates an indestructible army, the giant Zillo beast terrorises Coruscant and a young Boba Fett seeks out revenge.

Bonus features include a look inside the Lucasfilm vaults with featurette interviews along with Director and Artist commentaries on each disc. In addition, The Complete Season Two will include a 64-page production journal with concept designs, original sketches and notes from Supervising Director Dave Filoni. Plus, exclusive to the Blu-ray disc, The Jedi Temple Archives provides in-depth access to an extensive database of creative materials

Available on DVD (£39.99 RRP) and Blu-ray Disc (£49.99 RRP), extras include:

  • Behind-The-Scenes Featurettes on each disc
    • Attack of the Zillo Beast
    • Magic of the Holocron
    • Return to Geonosis
    • Creating Mandalore
  • 64 page production journal that includes early sketches, artist notes and concept art from Season Two of Star Wars: The Clone Wars.
  • Blu-ray Exclusive – The Jedi Temple Archives - An extensive database exploring special effects footage, early concept art, 3-D character and object turnarounds and early animation. The Archives is a rare look at the assets in various stages of creation for The Clone Wars, with a wealth of surprises and never-before seen moments sprinkled throughout.


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Star Wars is a science fiction film series created by George Lucas. It debuted in 1977 and the first film was quickly retitled to Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope. It was followed by two sequels - The Empire Strikes Back in 1980 and Return of the Jedi in 1983. A trilogy of prequel films were launched in 1999 with The Phantom Menace, Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith. In 2015 Star Wars returned to the screens for a new trilogy under the control of Disney with The Force Awakens directed by J J Abrams. This was follows in the main Star Wars saga by Rian Johnson's The Last Jedi with the final film of the sequel trilogy, Episode IX, due in cinemas in December 2019 with J J Abrams back at the helm,A series of spin-offs were launched in 2016 with Gareth Edwards' Rogue One, which was followed in 2018 by Ron Howard's Solo and a fourth trilogy of films has been announced for release after 2020 which will be overseen by Rian Johnson which will feature entirely new characters and an entirely separate story.In addition, there are the animated TV series The Clone Wars and Star Wars Rebels along with Star Wars Resistance which starts in late 2018 and finally a new live action series currently being developed by Jon Favreau set some time after the events of Return of the Jedi.

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