Pedro Pascal is a promise about season 2


The Mandalorian (Picture: Handout / Disney)

He became one of the highlights of the Disney’s+, The Mandalorian it will help you get a second season. The expectation of the fact that it’s great for the fans of the universe Star Wars: Clone Wars. However, in accordance with the main Pedro Pascalthe wait for new episodes, it should be well worth it. In an interview with the magazine IN in britain, the actor has avoided to give any details, but said that the second year is going to be a lot better than I expected.

“There are some things that’s quite striking. I think that your expectations will be exceeded. Their love for the Star Wars: clone Wars, will be injected with steroids,” he said.

During the interview, which Pascal also reminded that when he met with show runner Jon Favreau to discuss his or her role. He said that there were illustrations from the series as a whole, but that at no time was it shown to the player without the helmet on. “But I like the idea of the challenge is to create a main character that is attractive, without her face,” he said. “But, to be clear, I’ve also seen drawings of this lovely little creature is a baby Showed up, so I knew I had an ace in the hole, even though my character might not be so eye-catching!”

The second season of The a Mandalorian is expected to make his debut as early as this year, but the official date has not been confirmed. The cast of the second year, will feature some of the add-ons, such as Timothy Olyphant (‘Justified’, ‘Santa Clarita ‘ Diet’), Michael Biehn (the Terminator), Katee Sackhoff (Star Wars: The Clone Wars) and Rosario Dawson (Luke Cage). The papers have not yet been revealed by LucasFilm.

Created by Jon Favreau, who also serves as show runner, and writer for the first series of the live-action series in the Star Wars universe that was released on the 12th of November, 2019 at the latest, in conjunction with the debut of the streaming service with Disney. In addition to that of Pedro Pascal to the cast, with Gina Carano, Giancarlo Esposito, Emily Swallow, Carl Weathers, Omid Abtahi, Werner Herzog, Nick Nolte, Julia Jones, Ming-Na Wen, Mark Boone Jr. and Natalia Tena.