Star Wars Theory Suggests the Appearance of Rebels’ Sabine and Ezra in The Mandalorian

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April 22, 2020  03:57 PM



Star Wars fans have a lot to look forward to in the second season of Star Wars: The Mandalorian. Not only are Baby Yoda fanatics expecting to learn more about The Child’s story and origin in the next batch of episodes in Jon Favreau’s hit Star Wars series, but they’re expecting a few major surprises.

That includes the appearance of Ahsoka Tano – there have been multiple rumors online saying that Lucasfilm has just cast Marvel Netflix Daredevil star Rosario Dawson to play the live-action version of the former Jedi padawan in The Mandalorian.

While Lucasfilm has yet to confirm these reports about Ahsoka joining Mando (Pedro Pascal) in his mission to protect Baby Yoda, Screen Rant theorizes that there are more surprises to come in the Star Wars series.

According to the entertainment news outlet, Lucasfilm could very well introduce the live-action version of Star Wars Rebels characters like Ezra Bridger, Sabine Wren, and Thrawn in the upcoming seasons of The Mandalorian.

Ahsoka’s inclusion in the series could make way for these characters – after all, in the last season of Rebels, fans get to see Ahsoka and Sabine teaming up to search for Ezra in the Uknown Regions of Star Wars’ galaxy far, far away.

Seeing how Mando and The Child are on the run from Moff Gideon, it’s likely that we’ll get to see Din Djarin running into Ahsoka in the Unknown Regions, and with her will be Sabine. Maybe we’ll eve get to see Ezra. Well, that’s if Ahsoka and Sabine find the Jedi padawan before they stumble on Mando.

What do you think of this Star Wars theory? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comment section below.

Star Wars: The Mandalorian is streaming on Netflix.

Read: Star Wars: The Clone Wars Teases Ahsoka vs Darth Maul With The Phantom Apprentice First Look

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