‘The Mandalorian’: Dave Filoni feeds the rumors about Ahsoka Tano in the second season


The galactic community is revolutionized from a few days out by surprise by the news of a possible appearance of Ahsoka Tano in the second season of ‘The Mandalorian’. The character is one of the favorites of the fans of the saga despite the fact that it still has not stopped ever see beyond in the animated series ‘Star Wars: The Clone Wars’ and ‘Star Wars Rebels’ (and a brief cameo of his voice in ‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’).

Ahsoka Tano

For now there is nothing official about it, but Dave Filoni, director and executive producer of ‘The Mandalorian’ and the animated series, he has risen to his banner from Twitter a conceptual art that is very reminiscent of those that appear in the credits of the new series of Disney+. He can see the Captain Rex and Ahsoka a lot more aged and on the back of two great beasts.

No need to comment anything, many have seen in the image a sort of confirmation to the rumor. In fact, faced with the possibility that the interpreter of Ahsoka is Rosario Dawson, the voice actress of the character, Ashley Eckstein, has dropped that he would be delighted that this happened: “I’ll continue by thanking you for the opportunity to help create stories for Ahsoka Tano, and I will always be happy to see their legacy continue…”. Even so, noted that he is not aware of anything: “The truth is that I am not involved in ‘The Mandalorian’. I can not responders questions about something that is not I am a part of”.

Ahsoka in 'The Mandalorian'

A galaxy in expansion

Beyond the success of ‘The Mandalorian’, Disney+ has slope brand new in the next few years, new series with which to expand on a universe that is increasingly widespread. One of them will be ‘Cassian Andor’, which will serve as a spin-off to ‘Rogue One: A history of Star Wars’. And in an interview for Moviewebthe expert in practical effects Neal Scanlan has advance something that you always like the fans of ‘Star Wars’.

Scanlan announced that in the series will be some characters and creatures never before seen, that had been designed for the movies although they were eventually discarded: “There were so momentary that having this second chance is wonderful to bring back some of those characters that we had done and to introduce them to this new history of a form, let’s say, more integrated”. It seems that the creative of the franchise they are still rope to hang.