The Mandalorian | Season 3 finally starts recording

2021 was not a year of so many news for fans of live-action productions of Star Wars. It is known that highly anticipated series such as Andor, The Book of Boba Fett and Obi-Wan Kenobi

are scheduled for premieres 2021 and that the production priority ended up pushing the recordings of the new episodes of The Mandalorian a little further forward.

    Review | The Mandalorian is the best Star Wars story of the last decade? ?

The good news now is that fans can already expect news from now on, seen that the third season has finally started to be filmed. The information was officially confirmed by actor Carl Weathers on Twitter.

Want to catch up on the best tech news of the day? Join and subscribe to our new channel on youtube, Canaltech News. Every day a summary of the main news from the tech world for you!

“The Mandalorian, season three starts for the one who writes to you tomorrow. Greeg Karga is back on Disney+”, wrote Weathers. The actor plays Greef Karga in the plot, leader of the Bounty Hunters Guild who provides the Mandalorian with the reward that leads him to meet Grogu.

At the beginning of the year, there was information that the series’ third season would begin shooting on April 5th. In June, Pedro Pascal, who plays Din Djarin, revealed that the cast had not yet entered the studio to start shooting the new episodes.

(Image: Disclosure / Lucasfilm)

    Subscribe to Disney+ here and watch famous Marvel titles, Star Wars and Pixar whenever and wherever you want!

Since Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni were working on The Book of Boba Fett, it was unlikely that season three would start until the other project was finished. However, by all appearances, 2021 it will be quite a year for fans of Star Wars, with new series coming out and, hopefully, new episodes of The Mandalorian


Until then, if you haven’t watched the series, your two seasons are available in the Disney catalog+


Source: GamesRadar

Enjoyed this article?

Subscribe your email on Canaltech to receive daily updates with the latest news from the world of technology.



Related Articles

Check Also
Back to top button