Wonder Woman 1984 Star Prefers Working With Gal Gadot Over Baby Yoda

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By Judith Anne Dela Cruz | More Articles MCU Enthusiast and Neil Gaiman Fanatic
July 20, 2020  11:18 AM



 

Pedro Pascal plays the lead role for Disney+’s Star Wars: The Mandalorian where he mostly voices titular character Din Djarin. However, he’ll serve as the villain in the upcoming film Wonder Woman 1984 where his face will be front and center. Being in such big projects, there’s no denying that Pascal is lucky enough to work with Baby Yoda and Gal Gadot, but it looks like The Child is no match to the Diana Prince actress.

In Entertainment Weekly’s recent “Heroes Issue”, Pascal was asked who he preferred to work with between the two. "I would take Gal over any creature in the universe," the actor said. "But Baby Yoda is not too shabby, a very easy-going scene partner.”

Pascal, whose Star Wars character serves as somewhat of The Child’s parent, also added that Baby Yoda makes him feel “very tall and needed” as well. Of course, it’s not an easy choice for the actor to choose between the two, especially with such amazing co-stars.

 

 

Starring as Maxwell Lord in Wonder Woman 1984, Pascal’s villainous character will go on to team up with Kristen Wiig’s Cheetah to defeat Wonder Woman. He’ll also reprise his character for the second season of The Mandalorian. October’s a big month for Pascal, with these two projects releasing in the same month.

How about you? Would you choose Gal Gadot or Baby Yoda? Tell us in the comments below!

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Judith Anne Dela Cruz is a huge Star Wars fan, but a bigger MCU geek. If it's anything about time travel, superheroes, zombies, Norse mythology, space and the universe, end of the world, aliens--all things wacky, campy, impossible, and whimsical, she'll be all over it. She likes to jam to Queen, but EXO has a special place in her heart. Everything she loves, she shares with her six adorable dogs.
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