Season two planned for fall

The finale of the first season of “The Mandalorian” has been on Disney + since Friday. The eight episodes of the first live-action series from the “Star Wars” universe were able to convince many fans with a mix of the familiar and many new characters and locations. The streaming service, which started in 2019, should owe a lot of subscribers to the bounty hunter and his little companion, “Baby Yoda” alias “the child”. And the adventures of the two are not over yet …

Director and screenwriter Jon Favreau (53) remains the “Star Wars” series as a showrunner. The second season of “The Mandalorian” is scheduled to start in October 2023. Work on the new episodes was completed before the corona pandemic forced Hollywood into the break. According to the “Deadline”, the pre-production for season three is already underway.

Several actors from the first season will also be in the upcoming episodes, especially Pedro Pascal (45) in the leading role of “Mando” alias Din Djarin. Also there are Gina Carano (38) in the role of Cara Dune and Carl Weathers (72) as Greef. Giancarlo Esposito (62) as Moff Gideon will probably be the main opponent in season two, the actor promised a lot of “lightsaber action” for the new episodes …

Michael Biehn (63) is new to the cast for season two, according to “The Hollywood Reporter” the “Terminator” and “Aliens” star could play a bounty hunter . Rosario Dawson (40) is also rumored to embody the popular Ahsoka Tano character. However, this has not been confirmed.

There are also new rumors about another fan favorite: Is the bounty hunter Boba Fett believed dead about “The Mandalorian” returning to the “Star Wars” universe? Speculation began after episode five knocked out Fennec Shand (played by Ming-Na Wen). When this, apparently dead, lies on the ground, a figure approaches her, of which only the legs can be seen. Was Boba Fett really rescuing the mercenary, as fans want? You will find out at the earliest in autumn …

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