Could the next live-action Star Wars series for Disney+ be set during The Clone Wars?
Seeing a young Ahsoka Tano reunited with a pre-Darth Vader Anakin was the highlight for many longtime Star Wars fans who watched Ahsoka. And thanks to a new behind-the-scenes video from Ariana Greenblatt, there's one more Snips and Skyguy moment to enjoy.
While Rosario Dawson played the grown-up, full-fledged Jedi version of Ahsoka, the younger, padawan era Ahsoka was portrayed by Greenblatt.
In Ahsoka Part Five: Shadow Warrior, Ahsoka is trapped within the World Between Worlds and relives some past missions from The Clone Wars. The episode saw Hayden Christensen reprise his role as Anakin Skywalker from the Star Wars prequel film trilogy.
The episode goes on to reveal that Ahsoka has difficulty applying the principles she learned from Anakin since she believes his teachings are part of his legacy as Darth Vader.
Her stay in the World Between Worlds would teach her that everything she learned from Anakin and the time they spent together had nothing to do with his downfall to the dark side.
Previously, Greenblatt revealed that she discussed a potential Clone Wars live-action revival with Hayden. The question now is whether that was just a fun, 'what if' conversation of if those discussions also included Dave Filoni and the rest of the Star Wars brass.
Even if there isn't a live-action Clone Wars revival, there's always the chance that the pair will reunite in another season of Ahsoka.
Deadline Hollywood recently stated that Filoni's Star Wars film, which is believed to be a convergence of The Mandalorian, Book of Boba Fett, Ahsoka, and the rest of the Disney+/Lucasfilm slate, is unlikely to be his next project, and that season 2 of Ahsoka is more probable.
Previously, Filoni teased that the possibilities with Ahsoka are endless, stating, "The biggest challenge was, there’s a whole bunch of audience that know her, and a whole bunch that don’t."
"She has one foot in the Star Wars that a lot of people know because of her connection to Anakin, and yet she’s all new and can go in her own direction, in her own way. I think that makes her an interesting bridge between what came before and what’s really possible."