Read Our Quick Review Of Star Wars: The Forces Of Destiny - Sands of Jakku And Watch The Episode Here
It may only be 2 minutes and 48 seconds long, but the first episode of Star Wars: Forces of Destiny really packs a punch and will make you feel all warm inside. The episode is titled “Sands of Jakku,” and centres around fan favourites, Rey and BB-8. Rey is actually voiced by Daisy Ridley and the episode is introduced by wide-eyed (with her goggles on) Maz Kanata who is voiced by Force Awakens actress, Lupita Nyong'o.
Star Wars: Forces of Destiny is set to be a huge hit with Star Wars fans. Expect to hear in upcoming episodes John Boyega, Shelby Young, the ever popular Ashley Eckstein, Rogue One's Felicity Jones and Star Wars voice artist veteran, Vanessa Marshall to name a few.
This new series really is a perfect way and size to get a new Star Wars fix wherever you may be. Perfect for when I grab a coffee break in work. In this episode listen out for Rey's theme, the wonderful sound effects you expect from a Star Wars movie and watch the clean animation to take you, for a brief moment to a galaxy far far away. As mentioned the lightning fast episode is over before you know it but has a simple but effective plot that kind of reminded me of the stories I used to come up with when I played with my Star Wars figures. It made me feel like a kid again and that is no bad thing. The Force is with Forces of Destiny.
Trivia - The composer for Star Wars: Forces of Destiny, Ryan Shore is a veteran when it comes to providing the music to popular animated TV but did you know that he also provided the music to the excellent documentary on Drew Struzan "Drew: The Man Behind the Poster?"
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