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Updated : The Mandalorian Season 3: Cast, Plot – Everything You Need To Know

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First things first : Season 3 of The Mandalorian is expected to premiere on Disney Plus by the end of the year, though nothing has been announced yet. While it’s been a while since the second season, The Book of Boba Fett caught up on several crucial narrative aspects involving Pedro Pascal’s Din Djarin and his small green charge Grogu, so we may anticipate to see them together again in the upcoming episodes.

We’ve rounded up everything else we know about the upcoming season right here, including who’s who in the cast, updates on filming (which has wrapped), and even quotes from executive producer Dave Filoni and Moff Gideon actor Giancarlo Esposito on where the plot could go next and when we might finally see a trailer. That’s only the beginning, so keep reading for the complete season 3 guide to The Mandalorian. This is the path to take!

The Mandalorian season 3 release date could be December 2022


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According to a fresh claim from TV Line, The Mandalorian season 3 will be released around the holidays.

If that’s the case, assuming it’s still dropping episodes on Wednesdays, December 7, December 14, December 21, or December 28 will be the launch dates. The second and third options are the most plausible.

There’s more good news: Season 3 of The Mandalorian began filming toward the end of 2021, according to Greef Karga actor Carl Weathers, and has now wrapped, according to Weathers. A rumor from THR claims that season 3, Obi-Wan Kenobi, and Andor would all be available on Disney Plus in 2022, implying a late 2022 release date.

Disney, on the other hand, has confirmed that Andor and the Obi-Wan Kenobi series will both be released in 2022, but hasn’t said anything about season 3 of The Mandalorian. Is it possible that the show will premiere in 2023? Hopefully, we will soon receive official confirmation.

The Mandalorian season 3 cast


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The Mandalorian season 3 cast is far from carbonite at this early stage. Pedro Pascal will reprise his role as Din Djarin, and Grogu will rejoin him. There were concerns that filming on Pascal’s other new show, The Last of Us TV series, might take priority over The Mandalorian season 3 and cause a delay, but work has since begun.

During an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Moff Gideon actor Giancarlo Esposito also confirmed that Gideon will likely have a larger role in the third installment: “Next season, I think you’ll see a lot more of me. Moff Gideon will almost certainly appear frequently.” How foreboding…

Carl Weathers is reprising his role as Greef Karga and will once again direct the film, as he announced at Steel City Con. After the conclusion of The Mandalorian season 2, we can expect Katee Sackhoff to reprise her role as Bo-Katan, especially now that the Darksaber is in Din’s hands. Ahsoka Tano, played by Rosario Dawson, could return, however she has an impending spin-off and her position following her cameo in The Book of Boba Fett is unclear.

Christopher Lloyd, who played Marty McFly in Back to the Future, has also joined the cast in a mysterious role.

Meanwhile, Mercedes Varnado, aka Sasha Banks, has stated that she will not be reprising her role as Koska Reeves in season 3.

Gina Carano’s Cara Dune is another character that will not be seen in the series. She was widely assumed to be one of the primary protagonists in the upcoming Rangers of the New Republic spin-off. Following Carano’s social media activities, LucasFilm has severed all relations with her. As a result, she will not feature in season 3 of The Mandalorian, and the spin-off series Rangers of the New Republic has apparently been canceled.

But what about Bill Burr’s character Migs Mayfeld? In an interview with Screen Rant, the actor remarked about season 3: “Oh, I sincerely hope so. To be a small part of something so huge that is so amazing that means so much to so many people, Jon Favreau and Rick Famuyiwa, who wrote both of my episodes that I did – to be a small part of something so big that is so good that means so much to so many people. I’m obviously not permitted to say anything other than how much I enjoy being on that show and how much I hope it continues, but even if it doesn’t, I’ve had a great time.”

The Mandalorian season 3 set photos

 

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Season 3 of The Mandalorian has released photos from the set. We get a glimpse of someone dressed in Mandalorian armor in the images above, but nothing further can be deduced from them. (With thanks to Den of Geek)

The Mandalorian season 3 story: What could happen next?

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Dave Filoni has given us our first taste of what to expect in season 3 of The Mandalorian: “There will be a slew of fresh adventures in the near future. I have to be cautious because I can’t say anything particular, but I believe the Force will be strong in this case, to put it like way.” While this does not reveal much, it does sound very Mando.

Season 3 of The Mandalorian could deal with a slew of loose ends that need to be resolved.

Mando and Bo-claim Katan’s to the Darksaber looks to be at the top of the list among them. Din accidently claimed the Mandalore weapon by defeating Moff Gideon in combat during Chapter 16. Bo-Katan would now have to defeat Mando in combat if he wished to reclaim it from Gideon. There appeared to be a plot hole in The Clone Wars, with Sabine Wren simply handing over the Darksaber to Bo-Katan with no problems, but that was resolved in The Book of Boba Fett. The Armorer believes that Bo-reign Katan’s of Mandalore ended in disaster because he was given the Darksaber rather than conquering it. Din, on the other hand, appears to want to keep the weapon and use it to pursue a reward — after receiving some training from the Armorer on how to handle it.

Grogu’s reunion with Din is yet another key story point. Baby Yoda was torn between becoming a Jedi and staying with Papa Mando in The Book of Boba Fett, but he chose the latter. It’ll be interesting to see if the youngster gets second thoughts, or if Luke Skywalker will have a bigger role in The Mandalorian.

Grogu’s abilities appear to be set to remain a prominent element of The Mandalorian. At GalaxyCon, Moff Gideon actor Giancarlo Esposito hinted at why the villain is so desperate to get his hands on Baby Yoda: “I am going to acquire this child, and it’s for a completely different purpose than many people imagine,” he stated. “We want everyone to know, eventually on this show, that this child has magical powers and can see the future, and we want everyone to know that this child could save our universe.” If that’s the case, it’s understandable that the Empire is still hunting the Child, and it’s also possible that we’ll see the tiny green guy again.

Esposito also cracked a joke: “I’m going to kill this baby, and you’re going to see it. How about that? [laughs] It’s just incorrect, but you know what, I’ve got to hold out someplace and win.” Let’s hope that doesn’t turn out to be the case…

The actor has also stated that his character will remain a formidable opponent. “He’s the all-powerful supervillain who knows all there is to know about technology and everything else. So, suffice it to say, you’ll run into Moff again… and soon “He told Metro.co.uk about it.

Despite the fact that Gideon is no longer on the loose, he appears to have one more plan in mind. He’s definitely been supplied material from an unknown source throughout the season, and it’s something he brings up during the season 2 finale. It wouldn’t be surprising if the new season of Disney Plus delves more into that connection. Is it possible that that’s Thrawn? Is there another key role in the Empire that we’re not aware of?

The Mandalorian season 3 trailer: When to expect a teaser


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The Mandalorian’s first season began filming in October 2018 and premiered in November of same year. In the meanwhile, the first trailer was released in late August 2019. Season 2 of The Mandalorian will begin filming in November 2019 and will premiere in October 2020. On September 15, 2020, the Mandalorian season 2 trailer was released. Each trailer was released eight to ten months after production began.

Given that Season 3 of The Mandalorian began filming in October 2021, the first teaser might arrive as early as June 2022. However, we believe it will arrive later.

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