The seventh and final season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars is coming to an end with only two episodes remaining. The latest episode, “The Phantom Apprentice,” left fans stunned by the epic duel between Darth Maul and Ahsoka Tano, with Ray Park returning to perform motion capture for the Sith Lord. And while the show’s reaching to a close, it looks like there’ll be some Clone Wars behind-the-scenes content.
Fans can’t seem to stop gushing over the fight sequence, including Jim Mello, who wrote the unofficial Star Wars anthology A Star Wars Comic. He took to Twitter to express his desire to see Park’s motion capture work, to which Lucasfilm publicist Tracy Cannobbio replied, hinting that he’ll be able to do so. You can check out the exchange below!
You will soon. ?— Tracy Cannobbio (@Tcann13) April 24, 2020
While Cannobbio didn’t confirm anything official, her cryptic tweet seems to suggest that there is some BTS content arriving soon for the fans to enjoy. Considering that Lucasfilm is mostly tight-lipped about information for their upcoming projects, Cannobbio’s tweet sparks hope for those who are clamoring for more Clone Wars content.
For now, nothing’s official yet, but fans can look forward to Star Wars: The Clone Wars’ next episode, “Shattered.” The episode will reveal Ahsoka’s journey getting disrupted after Order 66 has been declared, to be released on May 1st.