Star Wars: The Clone Wars - Video Of The New Villain Savage Opress

Outsiders - January 13, 2011
EW has an exclusive on the next episode of "Star Wars: The Clone Wars" called "Monster." With the latest villain to be revealed as 'Savage Opress', heís a similarly-horned kinsman of Episode Iís fearsome Sith lord, Darth Maul.

Clancy Brown, the actor and vocal performer who brings 'Savage Opress' to life takes on the character as a tragic pawn of Asajj Ventress and the Nightsisters in their vendetta against Count Dooku. Brown creates the voice of Savage from one of his earliest live-action roles, Viktor, in 1985ís The Bride. "Like Viktor, Savage is an innocent being pulled apart by all these forces outside his control. He gets turned into this horrible monster being used for other peopleís ends, without any room for self-examination."

Entertainment Weekly has a exclusive clip to the episode which you can view by clicking here.


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Bandalero - 2008-08-18 @ 3:43 pm

elbow infection? heh

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