USA.- The anticipation for season 3 of The Mandalorian is at an all time high with the news of their March debut arriving last week. Season 2 ended on a pretty strong cliffhanger with Grogu leaving to train to be a Jedi, while Din (Pedro Pascal) he stayed holding the darksaber, to the chagrin of Bo Katan (Katee Sackhoff).
The Book of Boba Fett saw Din reunited with his little foundling, who decided that training to be a Jedi wasn’t so cool after all, and based on the recent trailer, it looks like the clan of two will be dealing with the ramifications of Din wielding the Darksaber. The creator Jon Favreau shared in CCXP qThat season 3 will be “much bigger in scope” and we couldn’t resist asking one of the show’s biggest stars what fans can expect, too.
During the junket for the next series Kaleidoscope, journalist steve weintraub talked with Giancarlo Esposito about his return as the sinisteror Moff Gideonand echoed much of what Favreau had to say about the series by saying:
I just think the show expands more and gets deeper visually with each season. And I think it’s the vision of Jon Favreau and David Filoni, certainly, that starts that expansion. But they are also all the artisans they trust to collaborate with them. I was blown away by that sizzling reel
All of a sudden, the world reached out to you in a much more intense way, and it’s always been gratifying, but in a way that let you know… You know that feeling you get of dread or doom, or emotion personified? That’s the feeling you get because the story is suddenly coming together so you understand elements you didn’t know
He went on to discuss how it feels to watch season 3, saying:
I love the mythology behind this show that is incorporated into the visuals that appear to be cinematic. And I love the fact that you can see, with every episode of this season, that you’re really lighting up a new movie.
Based on Esposito’s comments, it sounds like Season 3 could really work to tie up some of those loose threads left behind by Season 1 and Season 2, which makes sense when considering the plan for what’s next.and The Mandalorian culminate in a climate history event. While at least one of the “MandoVerse” spin-offs has been scrapped since those statements were made, the universe is still vast in size, and Esposito continues to praise the scope of Season 3.
Look, we can say a lot of words about a lot of different things, just like Kaleidoscope. But I think when you see it, you have the space to feel emotion and connection between the characters. The Mandalorian, you have the space to feel the bounty of this universe, of this world-building. And you have the space to see where you fit in. God, I wish I could be that warrior, that hero, that heroine. And we see the weakness and the power of the villains who want for themselves and not for the whole
What I love about this show, it’s about our military, it’s about all of us who are beginning to understand, once again, that it’s for the people and by the people. And if we stand up and allow our voices to be heard, and understand that there is strength in numbers, then we can recreate the world as it should be in peace and harmony and creatively, scientifically and politically, a way for us to understand that we no longer there are borders. The Mandalorian exemplifies all of that.
The Mandalorian should let Esposito hype season 3 because, with everything he just shared, excitement levels have officially reached fever pitch. Especially when he ended his glowing eulogy for season 3 by sharing that:
This season is off the chain. You’re going to love it
The Mandalorian returns on March 1, 2023.
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