New images from the upcoming Disney+ animated series Star Wars: Tales of the Jedi reveal the first look at baby Ahsoka Tano.
Images from Star Wars: Tales of the Jedi reveal the first look at Baby Ahsoka Tano. Ahsoka quickly became a fan-favorite character after her debut in the 2008 animated film Star Wars: The Clone Wars. Lucasfilm executive creative director Dave Filoni played a big part in developing the character in both The Clone Wars and Star Wars: Rebels before directing her live-action debut in The Mandalorian season 2 episode “The Jedi.” For every animated appearance, Ahsoka was voiced by Ashley Eckstein before Rosario Dawson took over the role for the live-action side of the franchise.
Ahsoka’s story is just beginning in live-action canon, but fans will soon be getting a more in-depth look at the character in the upcoming animated series Star Wars: Tales of the Jedi. The show will consist of six episodes, three of which will revolve around Ahsoka Tano. Filoni revealed at this year’s Star Wars Celebration that the series would span “a large portion of her life,” showing the fan-favorite character as a baby, toddler, and adult.
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After previously being shown at Star Wars Celebration, the official Star Wars Twitter is revealing the first look at Baby Ahsoka Tano. The two photos show a young Ahsoka Tano with her mother and other Togruta in their village. Both images from Star Wars: Tales of the Jedi can be seen below:
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