Star Wars: Want to know more about The Mandalorian; Wait until April


It’s time we learned more about The Mandalorian. We just need to wait until April to do so at Star Wars Celebration.

If you want to learn more about The Mandalorian, you won’t have to wait too much longer. Star Wars announced there will be a panel for the upcoming live-action series at Star Wars Celebration in April.

We have very little to go on so for the show. Pedro Pascal plays the Mandalorian in the title, and it’s set between Return of the Jedi and The Force Awakens. We also know a bunch of actors that will be in it. That’s it. That’s all we really got.

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There’s been rumors and speculation, but other than that we have no concrete information on what the show will be about.

Creator Job Favreau and executive producer Dave Filoni will be on the panel. We don’t know if there will be any special guests, but LucasFilm does like to have a few surprises up their sleeves. It will take on place on Sunday, April 14 at 11 a.m., on the Celebration Stage and will be streamed at the same time on the Galaxy and Twin Sun Stages.

And that is all the news! All of it!

While, I’m excited for Star Wars: Episode IX to come out – and for all the novels because I love books – The Mandalorian is high on my list of things I can’t wait for this year. I love immersing myself in a story, following characters along and going through their trials and tribulations.

A live-action Star Wars series is exactly what I need. It’s also the first time it’s ever been done and could mean big things for Star Wars’ future. There’s already at least one confirmed series planned for the future with the Cassian Andor-led series, but after that, just more rumors.

Because what happens if The Mandalorian is a flop by Disney+ standards. What if no one watches? I don’t think that will be the case because the show does have plenty of things going for it that will be appeal to many Star Wars fans.

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1.       Cool costumes

2.       A great storyteller in Jon Favreau

3.       A great storyteller in Dave Filoni

4.       A fascinating cast

5.       Mandalore

6.       Bounty hunters

While there is more to it than that, it’s a good foundation that should mean for a great first season of The Mandalorian. And, yes, I wrote first season because I want to see more.

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