Disney has released a new Star Wars Rebels featurette focusing on one of the animated series’ villains, Agent Kallus. As the featurette explains, he’s a “Rebel Hunter” in the Imperial Security Bureau (ISB), and organization similar to the FBI and military police. As his voice actor David Oyelowo (Rise of the Planet of the Apes) explains, Kallus’ job is to make sure everyone stays loyal. This featurette provides a reveal of some of Oyelowo’s voice acting, and he sounds really good. I never saw Star Wars: The Clone Wars, but I think Star Wars Rebels has the potential to be a good show in its right even though I don’t know how it will compare to the beloved Cartoon Network series.
Hit the jump to check out the Star Wars Rebels featurette. The show premieres this fall with a one-hour telecast on Disney Channel, followed by the full series on Disney XD.
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