Sonic the Hedgehog Star Lee Majdoub Hypes Up Ezra Bridger Casting with Epic Image

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The Mandalorian has been home to several live-action debuts from iconic Star Wars animated characters such as Bo-Katan Kryze and Ahsoka Tano and it's already safe to assume at this point that it will only be a matter of time before another fan-favorite character joins the live-action universe.

Fans have long been clamoring to see Star Wars Rebels' charismatic Jedi padawan Ezra Bridger make his debut in live-action and a lot of people were speculating that he was the person who would answer Baby Yoda aka Grogu's call during Chapter 14.

Of course, that didn't happen, and the Jedi who answered The Child's turned out to be someone else but that's not to say that the door isn't wide open for him to make an appearance in a future live-action Lucasfilm project. The perfect show for him to make his debut could be the standalone Ahsoka series led by Rosario Dawson.

The only question is, who could potentially play a live-action version of Bridger? Actor Rahul Kohli seems to be a favorite amongst fans but there's apparently another contender who definitely fits the bill. Artist @spdrmnkyxxiii unveiled an epic artwork depicting Sonic the Hedgehog star Lee Majdoub as an aged-up version of Ezra. I don't know about you but it totally works for me. Check it out here:


Apparently, Majdoub is a huge Star Wars geek and he's been sharing fan arts of him as Ezra on his official Instagram account. According to the Canadian-Lebanese actor, it would be a dream to take on the role of the Star Wars Rebels protagonist.


We still don't know what goes down in Ahsoka but there's totally a chance that Ezra could turn up on the show considering Tano is on the lookout for Grand Admiral Thrawn who of course shares a lot of history with Bridger.

Star Wars' Ahsoka series is currently in development.

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