According to Giancarlo Esposito, in charge of playing Moff Gideon in the Disney + series “The Mandalorian”, production of the acclaimed television spin-off of the Star Wars saga will begin very soon with the filming of its third season, offering a little light data on Mando’s long-awaited return to the small screen.
Following the production of the first season of “The Book of Boba Fett”, which is slated for release in December, executive producers Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni will begin to prepare for production of the new installment in the story of “The Mandalorian. “.
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Although some rumors indicate that the third season of the series has already started with its production in early July, Giancarlo Esposito clarifies that production has not yet started. “They just finished filming Boba Fett, and soon they will be starting the third season of The Mandalorian,” the actor commented during a conversation with WRAL.
Giancarlo Esposito made a special appearance at GalaxyCon Raleigh this weekend, where he was asked by attendees if we will see more of his Imperial character in the series, to which the actor replied that they should expect a Gideon’s broader presence in the series after the end of the second season.
“Yes, they’re going to see me kill this baby,” Esposito pointed out as he crushed a Grogu (Baby Yoda) doll. ” What do you think of that? It’s totally wrong, but you know, I’m going to stand where I’m going to win, ”the actor commented, laughing to the amazement of the attendees.
Currently, Pedro Pascarl, the protagonist of the series, is filming the HBO adaptation of the video game “The Last of Us” in Alberta, Canada. Esposito acknowledges that because Pascal always wears a helmet, he doesn’t know how long they have to wait for the actor to complete his previous engagement.
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According to a recent Collider report, “The Mandalorian” will begin production on its new season when Lucasfilm wraps production on the Obi-Wan Kenobi miniseries, starring Ewan McGregor, which is slated to take place between late 2021 and early 2021. 2022.