Disney’s D23 Expo celebration is great news for fans of the “Star Wars” universe, and that includes fans of Disney+ and Lucasfilm Mandalorian. Lucasfilm has released an official season 3 teaser trailer for Jon Favreau And Dave Filoni‘s Peter Pascal-starring series during their three-day event. Katie Sackhoff returning, as in t. Is Bryce Dallas Howard when to direct Peter PascalKay Deen Jerin and Grogu, aka Baby Yoda, will return early next year. And it appears that a trip to Mandalore is very much in the cards.
With the series set for 2023 (not February 2023?), here’s a look at what’s to come Mandalorian,
“If he is stepping into a leadership position, he is reluctant to do so,” explained Pascal. total movie As the series gears up for its next chapter. “I don’t think there’s anything more interesting than a character being forced to figure out what they’re capable of and who they are. That part has been really, really fun.” Pascal continued, “Plus, from my point of view, there are a lot of explorable ways to find the tonality of that. I just tried to get into the subtleties of that kind of character development.” For Bo-Katan, Sackoff sees it as a moment of pause and process. “Whenever you have a goal, and you don’t succeed, I think you reevaluate,” Sackhoff explained.
Favreau spoke briefly with Cinemablend, where we learned that he has already started writing a fourth season. Also, as the “Mando” universe grows, Favreau discusses how he and Filoni’s crossover is coming.
“With television, we’re very fortunate that we don’t have to rush things in an hour and a half, two hours. We get to tell stories slowly. So now, as Dave [Filoni]Feeling elated, it’s very informing the writing I’m doing [The Mandalorian] Season 4. It Becomes—How Should I Put It? More precisely,” he explained, referring to that big “Season 4.” And while it does seem to lend itself to any crossover possibilities, Favreau explained how he wants to take his time in that regard and allow the story to play out.” When I was writing the first season of The Mandalorian, I could do anything, set it anywhere. dave [Filoni] Will read this, we’ll go back and forth, I’ll adjust. And there it was,” Favreau said, explaining how the show has become a self-contained “universe” with its own theory.
He continued, “Now we have to find out why some Mandalorians wear helmets, some who don’t wear helmets, what is happening in Mandalore, what are Bo-Katan doing at that time? How does he feel about it? Where is Darksaber? So it really makes for a lot of fertile ground for fiction, for storytelling.” But with so many stories at play, opportunities for familiar faces to meet (or square off) will present themselves. “I think that inevitably, no matter how simple you start, the threads of the story start to connect and weave and overlap. And with Dave Filoni’s deep understanding of everything around time periods, opportunities will always arise.” When we’ll have story meetings and conversations like, ‘Okay, you know what character will be here now…’ I mean, how exactly is this Luke? [Skywalker] Talked,” Favreau said.