With the third season of The Mandalorian one of the most successful Disney Plus projects to date will be continued. In addition to the episodes themselves, which are currently being published piece by piece on the platform, speculation about characters that will appear in the future are also making headlines. Again and again, the animated series Star Wars: Rebels thrown in the room. Numerous characters from the series are set to make their live-action debut in the upcoming Ahsoka series, for example. But a character from the animated series is also said to appear in The Mandalorian.
Rebels-Charakter in The Mandalorian
According to the message, which comes from the Makingstarwars website, Up Rau allowed to celebrate a performance. Actor Kevin McKidd would embody him. Comicbookmovie points out that McKidd has previously starred alongside Ewan McGregor in the film Trainspotting.
The website notes that according to its own sources, the actor was spotted on the set of the series last year. Whether we’ll actually see McKidd in the role of the Mandalorian is another matter. In any case, it is unclear when and in what form we will see the character in the series. However, there is not much time left for a debut. Comicbookmovie points out that at the time of this news there are only five episodes of the third season left.
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Not only the third season of the Mandalorian series is currently a big topic in the Star Wars cosmos. After all, the release of Jedi Survivor is getting closer and closer. The reports for the upcoming series Star Wars: The Acolyte are already piling up. On the other hand, it is unclear how the brand will continue in the cinema.
Sources: Comicbookmovie, Makingstarwars
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