However lots of them could be present in The Clone Wars, Rebels, and now The Mandalorian.
Last week some great news for The Mandalorian Season 2 hit when it was reported that Rosario Dawson I'd be playing the live-action version of Ahsoka Tano. Two episodes were directed by women - Deborah Chow and Bryce Dallas Howard - a first for live-action storytelling in the franchise's 42-year history. Tano was first introduced in Clone Wars in 2008, and has also appeared in tie-in comic books and novels. Alongside Anakin, she grew from headstrong student into a mature leader. We have launched a live show usually every Friday night at 10pm eastern time called Streaming Star Wars where we will be recapping, analyzing and discussing each episode of Disney Plus Star Wars content with each other, with guests and with the live audience in the chat room.
The character was co-created by Dave Filoni (a producer, writer, and director of the pilot episode of The Mandalorian) and Star Wars creator George Lucas.
Sam Witwer promises the Clone Wars series finale will have lasting ramifications on the Star Wars franchise. Dawson was previously part of a fan campaign to promote her as a candidate for the role of Asoka Tano - no official Disney / Lucasfilm representative has yet confirmed this news - we'll know more soon!
Pedro Pascal is The Mandalorian in the Disney+ series "The Mandalorian".
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I'm very very excited for the audience to see it, because it's consequential, it changes the way you think about certain things in Star Wars, changes the way you think about certain characters, and shows some really interesting core mythology stuff.
Ahsoka Tano's inclusion in The Mandalorian is thrilling for a variety of causes, and is ready to supply the present with an excellent bigger scope.
According to a report by NBC News, a lawsuit was filed by Dedrek Finley (a transgender handyman who worked for Dawson) in a Los Angeles court in October 2019 that alleges Dawson and three of her family members discriminated against and physically assaulted Finley after he came out to them as trans.