Even with rumors suggesting that season 3 of ‘O Mandaloriano‘ would only arrive between June and September, the forecast is now that the series should only be released in late 2022.
According to information from Collider, the new season of the series will only arrive at the end of the year, something that was published on its Twitter account: “The third season of #TheMandalorian will arrive later this year. It won’t be streaming this summer.”.
— Steven Weintraub (@colliderfrosty) April 12, 2022
This would make the series follow a similar period to the first two seasons, which were released in November 2019 and October 2020. However, no official date has been given until then.
There are those who are waiting for an early release, this came from the actor’s comments Giancarlo Esposito (‘Breaking Bad’), who plays Moff Gideon in the series. He stated that the series would return in the coming months.
“You will see season 3 soon. I have a few things to do to put some finishing touches on what I do, but I believe it will be sometime this summer. No date set yet, but soon”
Through Instagram, the illustrator of Lucasfilm, Brian Matyashas been sharing a series of concept art revealing the character’s alternate looks.
In what he calls ‘Tano Tuesday‘, the artist releases a new image of the renegade Jedi every Tuesday.
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Remembering that there is still no premiere date for the series dedicated to the character.
Dave Filoni (‘The Book of Boba Fett’), the current creative director of Lucasfilm, is responsible for the script, in addition to serving as executive producer alongside Jon Favreau (‘O Mandaloriano’).
During an interview for the Empire, Filoni as well as how the studio intends to expand the renegade jedi’s trajectory through the series.
“It’s exciting, that’s what I have to say. This series is something you’ve been thinking about doing for a long time. And it’s kind of surprising when you’re sitting there while the dream comes true.”
And like many characters from ‘Star Wars: Rebels’ will be present in the plot, the filmmaker joked that the series is a kind of continuation of animation.
“I’ve thought about this adventure for Ahsoka for a long time and it’s interesting to see how she’s evolved since ‘The Clone Wars‘, passing through ‘Rebels’, until you get here. I think I can call the TV show a sequel [da animação]. It’s a big lesson for me about making a dream come true. When you have the support of a creative guy like Jon Favreauit can help you add dimension and depth to what you are doing.”
Besides Dawsonthe list has Ray Stevenson (‘Black Sails’) as an Admiral of the Galactic Empire, Natasha Liu Bordizzo like Sabine Wren, and Hayden Christensen like Anakin Skywalker.
Ivanna Sakhno (‘Ring of Fire: The Uprising’) and Mary Elizabeth Winstead (‘Gemini Project’) have also been cast in as-yet-unidentified roles.
Rumors also pointed out that Grand Admiral Thrawn will be the main villain of the series and will be played by Lars Mikkelsenvoice actor for the character in the animation ‘Star Wars: Rebels’.
At the beginning of last year, it was also said that Mena Massoud (‘Aladdin’) had been chosen as the interpreter of Ezra Bridger in the attraction.
For those who don’t know, Ezra Bridger is a character from the animation ‘Star Wars: Rebels‘. He was a padawan apprentice to Kanan Jarrus, and helped the Rebel Alliance defeat Admiral Thrawn’s Imperial forces.
And the actor himself added fuel to the fire when he published a image on your instagram and added a caption citing the character.
However, nothing has been officially confirmed.
During an interview for the Screen Rant, Massoud was asked about it, but he neither confirmed nor denied the casting.
In the statement, he also said that the post made earlier was a strategy to launch his name in the race.
“There’s not much I can say about it, but, you know, I heard this role was coming and it’s becoming a real thing. So I just wanted to put my name in the fray, it’s part of manifesting what you want.”
“We live in a very different time from the 70s, 80s and 90s, when there was no social media. Now we can do our own advertising. And I did it because I think it would be a great opportunity to apply everything I learned on a set like ‘Aladdin‘ in productions of the universe Star Wars, DC Comics Where Marvel.”
Despite the dubious statement, the LRM Online had disclosed that Massoud he would already be confirmed as Bridger’s interpreter.