Lucasfilm unveils an action-packed trailer for the Disney + Clone Wars spin-off Star Wars: The Bad Batch

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Lucasfilm unveils first action-packed trailer for Disney + Clone Wars spin-off Star Wars: The Bad Batch

Lucasfilm on Tuesday disclosed the first trailer for the animated Clone Wars spin-off Star Wars: The Bad Batch, which premieres on Disney + on May 4.

It describes Clone Force 99 as “more capable than an army,” but the genetically enhanced troopers “display a worrying level of disobedience and disobeying orders.”

The motley crew of elite and experimental clones includes Hunter, Wrecker, Tech, Crosshair and Echo (all voiced by Dee Bradley Baker).

Premiering on Disney + on May 4!  On Tuesday, Lucasfilm revealed the first trailer for its animated Clone Wars spin-off Star Wars: The Bad Batch

Premiering on Disney + on May 4! On Tuesday, Lucasfilm revealed the first trailer for its animated Clone Wars spin-off Star Wars: The Bad Batch

“Our squad is nothing but trouble,” Hunter said in the preview. “But we’ll get the job done.”

Essentially a G-rated Suicide Squad, Clone Force 99 inexplicably adopts a young girl to join them on their ship for dangerous missions.

“What are you saying, boy?” Hunter tells it in awe. “Would you like to come with us?”

The plot, written by Jennifer Corbett, revolves around the aftermath of the Clone War: ‘You can adapt and survive or die with the past. The choice is yours.’

'We do what we do': It describes Clone Force 99 as 'more capable than an army', but the troopers 'display a worrying degree of disobedience and disobeying orders'

'We do what we do': It describes Clone Force 99 as 'more capable than an army', but the troopers 'display a worrying degree of disobedience and disobeying orders'

‘We do what we do’: It describes Clone Force 99 as ‘more capable than an army’, but the troopers ‘display a worrying degree of disobedience and disobeying orders’

'Our squad is nothing but trouble, but we get the job done': The motley crew of elite and experimental clones includes Hunter (pictured), Wrecker, Tech, Crosshair and Echo, all voiced by Dee Bradley Baker

'Our squad is nothing but trouble, but we get the job done': The motley crew of elite and experimental clones includes Hunter (pictured), Wrecker, Tech, Crosshair and Echo, all voiced by Dee Bradley Baker

‘Our squad is nothing but trouble, but we get the job done’: The motley crew of elite and experimental clones includes Hunter (pictured), Wrecker, Tech, Crosshair and Echo, all voiced by Dee Bradley Baker

'Strap in kid': Essentially a G-rated Suicide Squad, Clone Force 99 inexplicably adopts a young girl to join them on their ship for dangerous missions

'Strap in kid': Essentially a G-rated Suicide Squad, Clone Force 99 inexplicably adopts a young girl to join them on their ship for dangerous missions

‘Strap in kid’: Essentially a G-rated Suicide Squad, Clone Force 99 inexplicably adopts a young girl to join them on their ship for dangerous missions

Hunter says to it in awe, “What are you saying, kid?  Would you like to join us?  '

Hunter says to it in awe, “What are you saying, kid?  Would you like to join us?  '

Hunter says to it in awe, “What are you saying, kid? Would you like to join us? ‘

Ming-Na Wen of the Mandalorian reprises her role as Fennec Shand

Ming-Na Wen of the Mandalorian reprises her role as Fennec Shand

Stephen Stanton voices Empire Admiral Tarkin

Stephen Stanton voices Empire Admiral Tarkin

Supporting role: The Bad Batch also features The Mandalorian’s Fennec Shand (L, Ming-Na Wen), the Empire Admiral Tarkin (R, Stephen Stanton) and Saw Gerrera (Andrew Kishino)

The Bad Batch also includes The Mandalorian’s Fennec Shand (Ming-Na Wen), Saw Gerrera (Andrew Kishino), and the Empire Admiral Tarkin (Stephen Stanton).

Fans can catch the 70-minute premiere on Star Wars Day, followed by new episodes every Friday starting May 7.

The Bad Batch was originally introduced last year in the first four episodes of the seventh (and final) season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars, which aired on Cartoon Network.

May the fourth be with you!  Fans can watch the 70-minute premiere on Star Wars Day, followed by new episodes every Friday starting May 7

May the fourth be with you!  Fans can catch the 70-minute premiere on Star Wars Day, followed by new episodes every Friday starting May 7

May the fourth be with you! Fans can catch the 70-minute premiere on Star Wars Day, followed by new episodes every Friday starting May 7

Origin: The Bad Batch was introduced last year in the first four episodes of the seventh (and final) season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars, which aired on Cartoon Network

Origin: The Bad Batch was introduced last year in the first four episodes of the seventh (and final) season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars, which aired on Cartoon Network

Origin: The Bad Batch was introduced last year in the first four episodes of the seventh (and final) season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars, which aired on Cartoon Network

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