Star Wars: The Mandalorian's Ming-Na Wen Praises Pedro Pascal and Bryce Dallas Howard

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By Nobelle Borines | More Articles Hoarder of Fantasy Books and Stephen King Wannabe
November 17, 2019  08:43 AM

 

There is little doubt that people are raving about The Mandalorian. However, there's something else about the Star Wars series that Ming-Na Wen truly loves. The Agents of SHIELD actress has just admitted that she was just happy to work with Pedro Pascal and Bryce Dallas Howard on the new Disney+ show.

Wen was in attendance at a fan event with the Game of Thrones actor and the Jurassic World star. In a Twitter post, she confessed that she was thrilled to have met two people she truly admired.

"So appropriate to celebrate @themandalorian fan event with @BryceDHoward & 
@PedroPascal1, as I am a HUGE fan of their work. Such incredible talents and lovely people," she wrote along with the hashtags #blessed and #starwars. "Big love to our fans too. You guys rock!"

Of course, Pascal and Howard are not the only ones that Wen has been raving about but fans believe there is a good reason why she singled out the two stars. Wen's character Fennec Shand might be introduced in the fourth episode of the series, which is also the only one that Howard directed. In addition to that, there is a possibility that Fennec's scenes will be with Pascal's titular bounty hunter.

So far, Fennec has yet to appear in The Mandalorian. The first two episodes have focused solely on the bounty hunter's mission to a desert planet to take in an important asset for the mysterious client. Luckily, the Mandalorian is now on his way to bring the target to Werner Herzog's character so it won't be long until we see Wen in action.

You can stream the first two episodes of The Mandalorian on Disney+. The third episode will begin streaming on November 22.

Related: Star Wars: The Mandalorian Brings Back Classic Aliens for Epic Battle Scene

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