Dave Filoni, executive producer of Star Wars Rebels and supervising director of Star Wars: The Clone Wars, has been confirmed as a guest for Star Wars Celebration in 2015. Here is the official word from

One of the biggest names in Star Wars storytelling is coming to the ultimate Star Wars party. Lucasfilm announced today that Star Wars Rebels executive producer and Star Wars: The Clone Wars supervising director Dave Filoni will attend Star Wars Celebration 2015 in Anaheim, California (April 16-19, 2015).

Star Wars fans have come to know and respect Filoni over the last six years for his dedication to the integrity and feel of the Star Wars universe. His deep knowledge of Star Wars and his creative vision for the property made him the perfect choice to helm Star Wars: The Clone Wars as supervising director, working directly with George Lucas to produce over 100 episodes of the four-time Emmy-winning series – a rare industry milestone.

Now as executive producer on the upcoming Star Wars Rebels, Filoni is leading the development of the newest Star Wars animated series, which is scheduled to premiere this October as a one-hour special telecast on Disney Channel, followed by a series on Disney XD channels around the world. He will be appearing on the Celebration stages in April to discuss Star Wars Rebels along with some possible exclusive sneak peeks!

There are further updates and reminders available for celebration attendees, so be sure to check for more information.

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  1. Jay
    August 5, 2014 at 22:07 Reply

    Awesome news! Really hoping I’ll get to go 🙂

  2. Melinda
    August 11, 2014 at 08:38 Reply

    What a treat for those attending CVII!!! 🙂 Still iffy whether I’ll get to go. However, I look forward to LOTS of blogs and coverage of the exciting weekend. I intend to live vicariously through my friends who attend if I can’t be there in person!!! 😀

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