it’s no secret The Mandalorian was a huge success.This star wars The series premiered in the early days of Disney+ and has been the streaming service’s flagship original show — not only updated for multiple seasons, but also for Upcoming Large Derivatives Ahsoka and Book of Boba Fett. Given its popularity, it’s no surprise that Lucasfilm and Disney want more shows — but it does make it just as exciting to hear directly from creator Jon Favreau yes The Mandalorian Season 4 took place a few months before the release of Season 3.
star wars The news has been flying fast in recent days, thanks to the ongoing star wars celebration Convention in Anaheim, CA – from first Andorra trailer to Announcement on Development Star Wars: Skeleton Crew – This story comes from the newswire after yesterday’s big Mandalorian+ presentation. Talking to Jon Favreau, I asked the growing number of shows set in the canon’s New Republic era, and whether this would eventually lead to some kind of capstone event (a la the Avengers), it was in the filmmaker’s answer that he revealed that The Mandalorian Season 4 is now being written:
The Mandalorian Principal photography is complete for Season 3, and while these new episodes are in post-production, Jon Favreau clearly hasn’t wasted any time preparing the content for these chapters once they’re complete and available on Disney+.
As for the crossover opportunities fans may see in the near future, Jon Favreau explained that decisions are being made completely organically, which is an interesting thing that has developed since The Mandalorian started. When Favreau first started writing the show, he had a relatively blank canvas to work with in terms of time slots in the Star Wars canon, and now things are moving in a more concrete direction. The producer said,
At the beginning, The Mandalorian Set approximately five years after the events described Star Wars: Return of the Jedi, and since the launch of the Disney+ series, this time has become more complicated. This obviously benefits the show and Jon Favreau. In Season 1, This The Mandalorian is a relatively closed story about a bounty hunter tasked with caring for a gifted child, and the fallout from that relationship naturally makes the New Republic era more complex and interesting. Favreau said,
Of course, by Jon Favreau’s “Luke incident” he was referring to the jaw-dropping surprise that Luke Skywalker played by Mark Hamill The Mandalorianthe second season finale ofThe filmmakers behind the show needed to bring in a character who would be a logical choice to train Grog in the way of the Force, and at the end of the day Luke was the obvious answer:
By that logic, things will only get more interesting as new pieces come to life.everyone’s development star wars Show in time period – that’s it Book of Boba Fett, Ahsokaor Skeleton Crew – Will open doors for others, which should lead to some very exciting franchise stories.
As for The Mandalorian Specifically, Season 3 is currently scheduled to hit Disney+ in February 2023, stay tuned to CinemaBlend for more updates on Season 4 in development.