In a bit of sad news, it seems as if the reality of Star Wars Rebels wrapping up is starting to sink in. Composer Kevin Kiner has finished scoring the last half of Star Wars Rebels season 4. Executive Producer Dave Filoni tweeted an image of the orchestra playing their final notes for the score, with a nice loth-cat shadow appearing in the front.
Only a few episodes are left in season 4, that should wrap up the Star Wars Rebels storyline. Hopefully some of our favorite Rebels survive the upcoming episodes. We do know that Hera and Chopper make it through because of their appearance/mention in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.
The final music for #StarWarsRebels. Thank you, Kevin Kiner.#FollowTheWhiteLothcat pic.twitter.com/LvLoATexJf
— Dave Filoni (@dave_filoni) January 6, 2018
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About Star Wars Rebels:
In this final season, the Ghost crew joins the growing Rebel Alliance, struggling to unite against the Galactic Empire. However, when a new Imperial threat arises on Lothal, Ezra leads the crew back to his home world to defeat the oppressive forces of the Empire under the command of cunning Grand Admiral Thrawn. Old friends are reunited and new alliances are forged as the series builds to its epic conclusion.
“Star Wars Rebels” is created by Emmy Award-winning executive producer Dave Filoni (“Star Wars: The Clone Wars”), Academy Award® nominee Simon Kinberg (“X-Men: Days of Future Past”) and Emmy nominee Carrie Beck. The Lucasfilm Animation production is executive produced by Filoni and Kinberg, and co-executive produced by Emmy nominee Henry Gilroy.
The returning voice cast includes Freddie Prinze Jr. as Kanan, Vanessa Marshall as Hera, Steve Blum as Zeb, Tiya Sircar as Sabine, Taylor Gray as Ezra, Dee Bradley Baker as Captain Rex, David Oyelowo as Kallus, Forest Whitaker as Saw Gerrera and Lars Mikkelsen as Grand Admiral Thrawn. Warwick Davis joins the cast this season as Rukh, Admiral Thrawn’s deadly assassin.