Season 3 of The Mandalorian Wraps Up Filming

Carl Weathers, actor playing Greef Karga in the series, confirms that Season 3 of The Mandalorian has officially wrapped up filming.

Twitterverse is agog with the news that the third installment to The Mandalorian series starring Pedro Pascal has finally clapped its last scene. Carl Weathers shares in his twitter account

…And what a season of WONDERFULNESS! #BePeace

Fresh from their happy reunion in the Book of Boba Fett, Din Djarin and the child Grogu now zooms into the third season. With Grogu’s choice to wearing “the shirt” than taking Yoda’s light saber, the child now embraces being a foundling. This, even though he still gets to use his force powers. His former Master, Luke Skywalker even noted that what he is teaching Grogu is something he already knows. He is just helping the youngling remember.

Season 3 of The Mandalorian Wraps Up Filming

As much as Luke Skywalker would like to have Grogu as his first student, fate deemed it not to be. Ben Solo still holds that honor. For the upcoming season, it is not clear whether Master Luke can still appear. Perhaps that part of their story is done, perhaps not. Grogu’s force powers still render him a target for Moff Gideon’s plans. While the team apprehended and captured Moff Gideon in the Rescue, the Season 2 finale, the Moff is still loyal to the empire and will utilize everything in his disposal to achieve his goal. We have a huge suspicion he is able to escape.

And what of the Black Saber? Din Djarin now rightfully owns it. He even won a challenge for it in the Book of Boba Fett. Bo-Katan Kryze, the Mandalorian Princess who means to unite the Mandalorians, needs the Black Saber to prove she is fit to lead. This story arc is of primary importance for Season 3.

On a side note, will the new Mandalorian father and son team come back to Tatooine? Will they get to have a bigger ship? Personally I think they need more leg room. I am sure Peli Motto and her droids would love to fix something up in her workshop for the little guy and his chosen father figure.

Seasons 1 and 2 of the Mandalorian were also able to feature a certain culture and added story to the Star Wars universe. The frog family, where we tend to overlook Grogu’s appetite almost cost the mission, the folks in Freetown and the Mandalorian code, are few of the examples that the series was able to explore. One cannot deny the fact that The Mandalorian paved the way for the Star Wars franchise to rule in the streaming service.

Season 3 of The Mandalorian Wraps Up Filming

Season 3 of The Mandalorian Wraps Up Filming

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Because of the growing universe that is Star Wars, fans of various generations can expect a handful of other series and more. Obi-Wan Kenobi Series is to start off with two episodes on May 27 this year. Andor, a series prequel to Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, will also be streaming 2022. Ahsoka Tano herself is also up for her own series and will introduce Sabine Wren in live action in Disney Plus.

It’s truly a remarkable time to be a Star Wars fan. Thanks to Dave Filoni and Jon Favreau, the tapestry that George Lucas created decades ago is still lush with color, life and continuity.

This is the way.


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