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Ewan McGregor ‘thrilled’ to play Obi-Wan Kenobi again - and confirms when new Star Wars spin-off will start filming
Scottish actor Ewan McGregor has said he can’t wait to don his Jedi robes once again, as he revealed a new spin-off series based on Obi-Wan Kenobi is set to begin filming soon. © Ewan McGregor is reprising his role as Obi-Wan Kenobi. The Perth-born star of films like Trainspotting and Shallow Grave made the comments while appearing on comedian Eddie Izzard's live stream of his charity ultra-marathon, Make Humanity Great Again.McGregor, 49, said filming on the stand-alone Obi-Wan Kenobi series will start in a few months time.
In the future of Star Wars there is no place for Cara Dune. Now it is becoming clear which character the star warrior embodied by Gina Carano could be replaced by.
In mid-February we received the news that Lucasfilm and DisneyDeal Label: Description: URL: Deal-Partner: Amazon Disney + MediaMarkt Saturn Sky Other Button-Labeling: . The actress and former MMA fighter starred as Cara Dune on The Mandalorian. However, she will not be involved in any other Star Wars project in the future. What does that mean for your figure?
Finally it became clear that there are no plans to cast Cara Dune with a new actress. This was already indicated in Hasbro's decision to remove two announced action figures from the catalog. Nevertheless, there is now a gap in the Mando corner of the Star Wars universe.
Star Wars timeline: Every major event in chronological order
The hugely complicated Star Wars timeline – from all the canon movies, TV shows, comics, and novels – explainedWhen the late, great Carrie Fisher was once asked what order the movies should be watched in, her response was: "Watch the ones that I'm in… Then you can do whatever you want." While you're more than welcome to follow Fisher's advice, we've put a bit more thought into our timeline of events. As well as the movies, we've included TV shows like The Mandalorian and The Clone Wars, as well as canon from the novels and comic books. We've also delved into Star Wars lore to incorporate all the important events that have occurred in between movies and off-screen.
Star Wars: Hera Syndulla could replace Cara Dune
Lucasfilm had big plans for Cara Dune. In the meantime, there was a separate spin-off series in the room. It was also planned for the offshoot. As found out, Cara Dune could be replaced there by another familiar Star Wars character: Hera Syndulla, known from Star Wars Rebels.
It should be emphasized right away: It's just a rumor. Nothing is officially confirmed. LRM Online is often wrong with its scoops. Regardless of this, the Hera Syndulla rumor also appears in, which at least suggests that the matter is not completely out of thin air.
If we look at the evolution of the Star Wars franchise, the rumor definitely makes sense. Lucasfilm strives to continue the legacy of its animated series in live action form. The Mandalorian started it off, bringing back characters like Ahsoka Tano and Bo-Katan Kryze.
Ex-'Mandalorian' actress Gina Carano to make film with conservative outlet
Ex-'Mandalorian' actress Gina Carano to make film with conservative outletLOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Gina Carano, the "Mandalorian" actress who was dropped from the "Star Wars" spinoff over what the studio called "abhorrent and unacceptable" social media posts, said on Friday she will make a film with conservative company The Daily Wire.
Hera Syndulla's return fits perfectly into the Star Wars pattern
We recently reported that anHere you can watch the trailer for the 2nd season of The Mandalorian: is within reach, not to mention Grand Admiral Thrawn, whose upcoming arrival in season 2 was themed by The Mandalorian. Hera Syndulla, the intrepid pilot of the Ghost, fits this pattern perfectly.
The question arises whether she will really be integrated into the new series as a replacement for Cara Dune in Rangers of the New Republic. Based on Lucasfilm's previous approach, it seems as if an appearance of the character was planned anyway sooner or later. For the time being, however, there is no concrete information on this.Read more:
Next comes Star Wars: The Bad Batch at Disney +. It is a spin-off series for The Clone Wars. The first episode celebrates its premiere on May 4, 2021. Star Wars: Visions and The Book of Boba Fett are also planned for 2021.
What did Gina Carano say? Why actor has been fired from Disney+ show The Mandalorian after ‘abhorrent’ Instagram post - and her response
Carano played Cara Dune in the Disney+ Mandalorian series, but has since been axed by production company Lucasfilm © Carano has been dropped by her representing agency and Disney, following her Instagram post The Mandalorian actress and former MMA fighter Gina Carano was dropped by the series’ production company, following accusations of antisemitism.Carano played Cara Dune in the hit Disney+ Star Wars sequel, but will no longer feature due to an Instagram post she shared on 10 February.So, what did she say and how has she responded to being axed? This is everything you need to know.
Star Wars podcast about The Mandalorian Season 2
In the 2nd season of The Mandalorian numerous popular Star Wars characters appear. Does that make the series better? In this episode of, we discuss the question.
That's why Jenny speaks to the two Star Wars experts Yves and Matthias. The podcast does not give you important background information about the guest appearances. We're also discussing whether Season 2 is increasing and what to expect in Season 3.
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Disney Plus is getting some incredibly obscure Star Wars spin-offs .
As well as the acclaimed animated Clone Wars series from Genndy TartakovskyUnless you're a Star Wars mega-fan, there's a good chance there's something in the latest batch of new Disney Plus movies and TV shows you haven't seen, or even heard of. And if you're particularly fond of Ewoks, well you better hold onto your seat. As flagged by AV Club, the 1984 made-for-TV movie Caravan Of Courage: An Ewok Adventure, its 1985 sequel Ewoks: The Battle Of Endor, and the 1985 animated series Star Wars: Ewoks are all joining the streaming service's roster of Star Wars content on April 2.