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Roundup of ‘Clone Wars Conversations’ Interviews

It’s been ten years since the Star Wars: The Clone Wars movie and television series entered our lives and changed Star Wars storytelling for the better. Many fans are celebrating by re-watching the series and recording their own commentaries and analysis of the episodes. James Arnold Taylor, in particular, has his own approach when it comes to remembering and reliving those past memories.

Clone Wars Conversations is an interview-based web series that features voice over actors who provided their voices and talent for Star Wars: The Clone Wars, and in the latest episode, James Arnold Taylor is the one to sit in the on the other side of the set, where he’s asked questions by Nerdist’s Amy Ratcliffe.

Part one of this interview is described as the penultimate episode of the first season of Clone Wars Conversations, so there’ll be more episodes to come, and JAT backed that up on Twitter by stating, “I still have one unaired that has been shot but needs editing. And then I’m hoping to do a new season by the end of the year.”

For now, enjoy episode 13 of Clone Wars Conversations. And if you’ve been a busy bee like me, catch up with the previous episodes further down below:

Following the two-part interview with Sam Witwer back in September, make sure to catch up with these other insightful conversations:

What was your first memory of Star Wars: The Clone Wars? Did you see the movie when it was in theaters? What were your initial thoughts about the series with it first started? Share your responses in the comments section below.

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